The WIPO Journal - 2011 Volume 3 Issue 1
Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues
Auteur(s): Sweet and Maxwell | Année de publication: 2011
Contents: ACTA and Its Complex Politics | Everything Old is New Again: The Development Agenda Then and Now | From Punta Del Este to Doha and Beyond: Lessons from the TRIPs Negotiating Processes | Change and Continuity in the International Intellectual Property System: A Turbulent Decade in Perspective | From World Intellectual Property Organization to World Innovation Promotion Organization? Whither WIPO? | Intellectual Property Policy Making in the 21st Century | The Politics of IP Maximalism | Having Faith in IP: Empirical Evidence of IP Conversions | The Rise and Fall of “Prior Consent” in Brazil | When Framing Meets Law: Using Human Rights as a Practical Instrument to Facilitate Access to Medicines in Developing Countries | The Politicisation of Intellectual Property: IP Conflicts and Social Change
The peer-reviewed WIPO Journal was produced from 2009 to 2016 by Sweet and Maxwell in association with Thomson Reuters. The WIPO Journal ceased publication from December 2016.
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