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  • A Spectre is Haunting the World - the Spectre of Global Capitalism 

    KINGSTON, WILLIAM (Springer-Verlag, 2000)
    Individual property rights are fruitful for economic development because they civilize self-interest by forcing it to serve the public good. Globalization represents individual property rights that are out of control, since ...
  • Trademark Registration Is Not a Right 

    As a privilege, not a right, trade mark registration can be withdrawn from products which are harmful, without interfering with freedom.
  • What Can We Do About the Civil Service? 

    KINGSTON, WILLIAM (Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, 2001)
    An aspect of recent revelations from Tribunals and other enquiries is how badly the Civil Service has come out of them. The Department of Agriculture has been shown up by evidence at the Beef Tribunal, Health by Lindsay ...
  • Why patents need reform, and some suggestions for it 

    KINGSTON, WILLIAM (Edward Elgar, 2009)
    The patent system no longer fulfills its original purpose, but it could be repaired and this chapter shows some ways of doing this.