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Is Bayh-Dole Good for Developing Countries? Lessons from the US Experience
The US Bayh-Dole Act encourages university patenting of inventions arising from publicly funded research. Lessons from three decades of US experience serve as a cautionary tale for those countriesExpand
The Doha Round's Public Health Legacy: Strategies for the Production and Diffusion of Patented Medicines Under the Amended TRIPS Provisions
The entry into force of the World Trade Organization (WTO) TRIPS Agreement in 1995 transformed the international intellectual property system. The harmonization of basic intellectual propertyExpand
A Contractually Reconstructed Research Commons for Scientific Data in a Highly Protectionist Intellectual Property Environment
I INTRODUCTION Factual data are fundamental to the progress of science and to our preeminent system of innovation. Freedom of inquiry, the open availability of scientific data, and full disclosure ofExpand
Intellectual Property Rights in Data
The Authors trace the evolution of hybrid intellectual property rights protecting the contents of noncopyrightable databases from early European Commission proposals sounding in unfair competitionExpand
The Case for Public Funding and Public Oversight of Clinical Trials
Clinical drug trials are public goods and should be publicly funded to avoid undersupply, the suppression of adverse results and other problems, according to Tracy R. Lewis, Jerome H. Reichman andExpand
Comment: Compulsory Licensing of Patented Pharmaceutical Inventions: Evaluating the Options
  • J. Reichman
  • Business, Medicine
  • The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal…
  • 1 June 2009
In this Comment, the author traces the relevant legislative history pertaining to compulsory licensing of patented pharmaceuticals from the TRIPS Agreement of 1994 to the 2003 waiver to, and laterExpand
Securing compliance with the TRIPS agreement after US v India
The different developmental circumstances of the industrialized and developing countries call for different approaches to intellectual property rights protection. While increasingly high levels ofExpand
Overcoming the Impasse on Intellectual Property and Climate Change at the UNFCCC: A Way Forward
Intellectual property rights have traditionally been the primary policy mechanism for encouraging private investments in innovation, including for the production of mitigation and adaptationExpand
The Globalization of Private Knowledge Goods and the Privatization of Global Public Goods
Global trade and investment have become increasingly liberalized in recent decades. This liberalization has lately been accompanied by substantive new requirements for strong minimum standards ofExpand
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