- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- 1 From Conception to Commercial Success
- 2 A Limitation on the Patent Right to Exclude: An Introduction to International Exhaustion
- 3 An Introduction to TRIPS
- 4 Freedom under TRIPS: India as an Example
- 5 Compulsory Licenses under TRIPS: An Introduction
- 6 Compulsory License Case Study: An Introduction to Competing Patent Perspectives
- 7 Complicated Compulsory Licenses: The Waiver/Article 31bis “Solution”
- 8 An Overview of “TRIPS-Plus” Standards
- 9 Beyond Patents: Protecting Drugs through Regulatory Law
- 10 Suspensions of In-Transit “Generic” Drugs: A Case Study of Competing Perspectives
- 11 A History of Access to Medicine Through the Lens of Patent Perspectives
- 12 Looking Toward the Future
- Appendix A: Selected TRIPS Provisions
- Appendix B: Declaration on the Trips Agreement and Public Health
- Appendix C: Draft Ministerial Declaration
- Appendix D: Draft Ministerial Declaration
- Appendix E: Glossary of Terms
Proposal from a group of developed countries.
- Access to Medicine in the Global Economy
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