Private Rights and the Common Good: A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley

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Private Rights and the Common Good : A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley. da Silva Perez, Natália (Producer); Astorri, Paolo (Performer). 2020. Copenhagen : Centre for Privacy Studies.

Research output: Non-textual formSound/Visual production (digital)Communication

Harvard

da Silva Perez, N & Astorri, P, Private Rights and the Common Good: A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley, 2020, Sound/Visual production (digital), Centre for Privacy Studies, Copenhagen.

APA

da Silva Perez, N. (Producer), & Astorri, P. (Performer). (2020). Private Rights and the Common Good: A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley. Sound/Visual production (digital), Copenhagen: Centre for Privacy Studies. Retrieved from https://teol.ku.dk/privacy/media/podcast/PSP_season2020_ep11_James_Gordley.mp3

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da Silva Perez N (Producer), Astorri P (Performer). Private Rights and the Common Good: A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley Copenhagen: Centre for Privacy Studies. 2020.

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da Silva Perez, Natália (Producer) ; Astorri, Paolo (Performer). / Private Rights and the Common Good : A Lecture by Prof. James Gordley. [Sound/Visual production (digital)].

Bibtex

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