Trading in Knowledge: Development Perspectives on TRIPS, Trade, and Sustainability
An unprecedented surge in the scope and level of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection has been engulfing the world. This globalizing trend has shifted the balance of interests between private innovators and society at large and tensions have flared around key public policy concerns. As developing nations' policy options to use IPRs in support of their broader development strategy are being rapidly narrowed down, many experts are questioning the one-size-fits-all approach to IPR protection and are backing a rebalancing of the global regime. Developing countries face huge challenges when designing and implementing IPR-policy on all levels. This book offers perspectives from a diverse range of developing country participants including civil society participants, farmers, grassroots organizations, researchers and government officials. Contributions from well-known developed country authorities round out the selections.
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Trading in Knowledge: Development Perspectives on TRIPS, Trade, and ...
Christophe Bellmann,Graham Dutfield,Ricardo Meléndez-Ortiz
Priekšskatījums nav pieejams - 2003
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