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The Development Agenda: Global Intellectual Property and Developing Countries

Neil Weinstock Netanel

Abstract

Do broad, universal intellectual property rights bring the benefits of innovation, creativity, technical know-how, and foreign investment to developing countries? Or do treaties that require developing countries to grant greater intellectual property protection actually stifle development and impede access to the knowledge and essential medicines that the world's poor so desperately need? The debate over such questions has raged for decades, among scholars and diplomats, lawmakers and policy makers, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies, IP industries and development policy ... More

Keywords: developing countries, development, intellectual property, WIPO, TRIPS, technology transfer, pharmaceuticals, copyright, patent

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2008 Print ISBN-13: 9780195342109
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2009 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195342109.001.0001

Authors

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Neil Weinstock Netanel, editor
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Contents

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Part One The Development Agenda and the International IP Treaty Regime

Part Two The Development Agenda in Historical and Institutional Context

Part Three The Development Agenda: Cautionary Notes from Two Directions

Part Four Intellectual Property and Development: A Comparative Analysis

Part Five Access to Medicine

Part Six Cultural Industries

Part Seven Industry Structure, Innovation, and Access

Part Eight Intellectual Property and Developing-Country Citizens’ Freedom

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