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2007

International Trade Law

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Richard Lillich Memorial Lecture: Nurturing A Transnational System Of Innovaton, Jerome H. Reichman Jan 2007

Richard Lillich Memorial Lecture: Nurturing A Transnational System Of Innovaton, Jerome H. Reichman

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Intellectual Property: Does Ip Harm Or Help Developing Countries?, Jerome H. Reichman Jan 2007

Intellectual Property: Does Ip Harm Or Help Developing Countries?, Jerome H. Reichman

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The Doha Round’S Public Health Legacy: Strategies For The Production And Diffusion Of Patented Medicines Under The Amended Trips Provisions, Jerome H. Reichman, Frederick M. Abbott Jan 2007

The Doha Round’S Public Health Legacy: Strategies For The Production And Diffusion Of Patented Medicines Under The Amended Trips Provisions, Jerome H. Reichman, Frederick M. Abbott

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This entry into force of the World Trade Organization (WTO) TRIPS Agreement in 1995 transformed the international intellectual property system. The harmonization of basic intellectual property standards has operated to protect investment in innovation, limiting risks from unjustified 'free riding.' Yet these same harmonized IP standards sharply curtailed the traditional capacity of suppliers of public goods, such as health care and nutrition, to address the priority needs of less affluent members of society, particularly in (but not limited to) developing countries. In the Doha Declaration, the Waiver Decision of 30 August 2003 and the Article 31bis Protocol of Amendment, stakeholders ...