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The Cambridge Handbook of Public-Private Partnerships, Intellectual Property Governance, and Sustainable Development

Edited by: Margaret Chon, Pedro Roffe, Ahmed Abdel-Latif

ISBN13: 9781107175839
To be Published: November 2018
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



Public-private partnerships (PPPs) play an increasingly prominent role in addressing global development challenges. United Nations agencies and other organizations are relying on PPPs to improve global health, facilitate access to scientific information, and encourage the diffusion of climate change technologies. For this reason, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development highlights their centrality in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). At the same time, the intellectual property dimensions and implications of these efforts remain under-examined. Through selective case studies, this illuminating work contributes to a better understanding of the relationships between PPPs and intellectual property considered within a global knowledge governance framework, including innovation, capacity-building, technological learning, and diffusion. Linking the governance of intellectual property to the SDGs, this is the first book to chart the activities of PPPs at this important nexus.

  • Explores the diversity of existing partnerships at the interface of intellectual property and sustainable development within a global knowledge governance framework
  • Focuses on the nexus between global knowledge governance and representative public-private partnerships (PPPs) involved in sustainable development, including health, education, and climate change
  • Features detailed analyses of current and best practices of PPPs with regard to innovation, access, and other policy goals of intellectual property

Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Introduction
1. Charting the triple interface of public-private partnerships, global knowledge governance, and sustainable development goals Margaret Chon, Pedro Roffe and Ahmed Abdel-Latif
Part I. Public Health:
2. Public-private partnerships as models for new drug research and development: the future as now Frederick Abbott
3. Driving innovation for global health through multi-stakeholder partnerships Anatole Krattiger, Thomas Bombelles and Ania Jedrusik
4. Creating, managing, and advancing collaborations: the road to successful partnerships Katy M. Graef, Jennifer Dent and Amy Starr
5. Patent pooling in public health Esteban Burrone
6. Intellectual property in early-phase research public-private partnerships in the biomedical sector Hilde Stevens and Isabelle Huys

Part II. Education, ICT and Libraries:
7. A publisher perspective on a public-private partnership for access to biomedical information Jens Bammel
8. A sustainable development agenda for the World Intellectual Property Organization: networked governance and public-private partnerships Sara Bannerman
9. The Marrakesh Treaty, public-private partnerships, and access to copyrighted works by visually impaired persons Susan Isiko Štrba
10. Intellectual property and public-private partner motivations: lessons from a digital library Melissa Levine

Part III. Green Technologies and Agriculture:
11. The rise of public-private partnerships in green technologies and intellectual property rights Ahmed Abdel-Latif
12. Innovation law and policy choices for climate change-related public-private partnerships Joshua Sarnoff and Margaret Chon
13. How do climate change and energy-related partnerships impact innovation and technology transfer? Ayşem Mert and Philipp Pattberg
14. One size does not fit all: the role of the state and the private sector in the governing framework of geographical indications Irene Calboli and Delphine Marie-Vivienne

Part IV. Governance and Institutional Design Perspectives:
15. Public-private partnerships and technology sharing: existing models and future institutional designs Padmashree Gehl Sampath
16. From the MDGs to the SDGs: cross-sector partnerships as avenues to development in the UN system David J. Maurrasse
17. Sustainable development through a cross-regional research partnership Chidi Oguamanam and Jeremy De Beer
18. Intellectual property, human rights and public-private partnerships Peter K. Yu

Conclusions
19. The triple interface: findings and future directions Margaret Chon.