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About Burcu Kilic

Burcu Kilic is an expert on legal, economic and political issues surrounding intellectual property law & policy, trade, information technology, development and innovation. She provides technical and legal assistance to governments and civil society groups around the world and promotes their participation in international rule making. She was the first to develop insightful analyses for policymakers, scholars and activists of trade agreements including for the TPP, TTIP, TISA and RCEP.  She completed her Ph.D. at Queen Mary, University of London as a School of Law Fellow, where she taught International and Comparative Patent Law and Policy. She holds degrees from University of London, Stockholm University, and Ankara University and is a SARChI Research Fellow at Institute for Economic Research on Innovation, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa.

Articles by Burcu Kilic

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

A new digital trade agenda: are we giving away the Internet?

Will this foster digital rights, or leave us with even lower standards and a concentrated, quasi-monopolistic market benefiting from public infrastructure?

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