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3.1 Policy guidance Link science, technology and human development Undertake policy research Build policy analysis capacity Promote global policy advocacy Refocus institutional mandates ImproveExpand
Intellectual property rights in the WTO and developing contries
Foreword. Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations and Acronyms. I. Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights in the World Trade Organization. II. Punta Del Este to Marrakesh: The TRIPS NegotiatingExpand
Post‐TRIPS Options for Access to Patented Medicines in Developing Nations
This article explores the tension between granting patent protection under the TRIPS Agreements and the availability of medicines at affordable prices to developing countries. A crucial considerationExpand
Pharmaceutical Patents, Prices and Welfare Losses: Policy Options for India Under the WTO TRIPS Agreement
C ONCERNS on the effect of product patents on the prices of medicines have been acute in many developing countries which, up to the entry into force of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement onExpand
Access to Essential Medicines in Developing Countries : Does the WTO TRIPS Agreement Hinder It ?
Biographical notes: Jayashree Watal is a Fellow of the Indian Council for Research in International Economic Research, New Delhi, and Visiting Fellow of the Institute for International Economics,Expand
Decision-Making in the WTO
Seattle will be remembered as the city where street demonstrations stopped global trade talks cold. But the Seattle protesters don't deserve such notoriety. The meeting actually fell victim toExpand
A handbook on the WTO TRIPS agreement
1. Introduction to the TRIPS Agreement 2. Copyright and related rights 3. Trademarks 4. Geographical indications 5. Patents 6. Industrial designs, layout-designs of integrated circuits, undisclosedExpand
Intellectual property and biotechnology: trade interests of developing countries
Biotechnology has the potential to provide the answers to some of the developing world's most intractable problems. There is scope for developing countries to interpret the provisions of the WTOExpand