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Selected recent publications:


Book chapters

  1. Caroline Ncube, Tobias Schonwetter, Jeremy de Beer, Chidi Oguamanam ‘A principled approach to intellectual property rights and innovation in the African Continental Free Trade Agreement’ in David Luke and Jamie Macleod (eds), Inclusive Trade in Africa
    The African Continental Free Trade Area in Comparative Perspective (2019) Routledge 177 – 194
  2. Caroline B Ncube ‘Three Centuries and Counting: The Emergence and Development of Intellectual Property Law in Africa’ in Rochelle C Dreyfuss & Justine Pila (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Intellectual Property Law ( 2018) Oxford University Press 409 – 430
  3. Caroline B Ncube ‘Using Human Rights to Move Beyond Reformism to Radicalism: A2K for Schools, Libraries and Archives’ in Matthew Callahan and Jim Rogers (eds) A Critical Guide to Intellectual Property (2017) Zed Books 117- 143
  4. Caroline B Ncube ‘Calibrating Copyright for Creators and Consumers: Promoting Distributive Justice and Ubuntu’ in R. Giblin & K. Weatherall (eds.), What if We Could Reimagine Copyright?, Canberra: ANU Press, (2017) 253 – 280  – SSRN  – Publisher’s version
  5. Caroline B Ncube ‘Intellectual Property protection of Traditional Knowledge and Access to Knowledge in South Africa’ in Matthew Rimmer (ed) Indigenous Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research (2015) Edward Elgar 543 – 564
  6. Caroline B Ncube and Eve Gray ‘South Africa & Zimbabwe: Silencing Critical Voices’ in Nagla Rizk, Carlos Affonso de Souza and Pranesh Parakesh (ed.s) Global Censorship: Shifting Modes, Persisting Paradigms (2015) Information Society Project, Yale Law School 53 – 64

Journal articles

  1. Caroline B Ncube and Desmond O Oriakhogba ‘Monkey Selfie and Authorship in Copyright Law: The Nigerian and South African Perspectives’ PER / PELJ 2018(21) – DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/1727-3781/2018/v21i0a4979
  2. Jeremy De Beer, Jeremiah Baarbé and Caroline B Ncube ‘Evolution of Africa’s intellectual property treaty ratification landscape’ (2018) The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC), 22, 53-82. https://doi.org/10.23962/10539/26173
  3. Caroline B Ncube ‘Online copyright infringement, techno-cultural creations and the copyright–technology nexus’, (2018) Int. J. Private Law, Vol. 9, Nos. 1/2, 19–31.
  4. Caroline B Ncube ‘The Creative Industry and South African Intellectual Property Law’ (2018) 11(2) Law and Development Review Published Online: 2018-04-24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/ldr-2018-0030
  5. Caroline B Ncube ‘Decolonising Intellectual Property Law in Pursuit of Africa’s Development‘ (2016) 8(1)  WIPO Journal 34 – 40

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