Intellectual Property Rights in Agricultural Biotechnology

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Frederic H. Erbisch, Karim M. Maredia
CABI, 2004 - 308 lappuses
During the past 25 years, biotechnology has revolutionized agricultural research. The enormous potential, together with a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court to allow the patenting of genetically-engineered organisms has encouraged private sector companies to invest in agricultural biotechnology research programmes. This has contributed to a rapid growth in interest in intellectual property rights as applied to this subject. The first edition of this book was published in 1998. Now fully revised and updated, it presents definitive information on intellectual property law in a simplified form (with a minimum of legal jargon). New chapters have been added which cover plant variety protection and farmers rights, as well as additional case studies.

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Acquiring Protection for Improved Germplasm and Inbred
23
Transferring Intellectual Properties
37
Capacity Building in Intellectual Property Management
57
Plant Variety Protection in the USA
73
Economic Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in Agricultural
107
Country and Regional Case Studies
125
South Africa
135
Australia
159
Issues on Intellectual Property Rights Associated with
187
India
201
Intellectual Property Rights in the Russian Federation
227
Andean Pact Countries of Latin America
241
Costa Rica
251
European Union
261
Indonesia
279
Index
303

China
173

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Par autoru (2004)

K. M. Maredia, Institute of International Agriculture, both at Michigan State University.

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