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TRIPS Compliance, National Patent Regimes and Innovation: Evidence and Experience from Developing Countries

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Edited by: Sunil Mani, Richard R. Nelson

ISBN13: 9781782549468
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £78.00

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With respect to intellectual property regimes, a significant change in international governance rules is mandated by the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). This topical volume deals with the processes through which TRIPS compliance was achieved in four developing country jurisdictions; Brazil, China, India and Thailand. More importantly, it analyses the macro and micro implications of TRIPS compliance for innovative activity in industry in general, but focuses specifically on the agrochemical, automotive and pharmaceutical sectors. This unique volume will appeal to a wide range of scholars working on development, evolutionary economics and technology.

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Intellectual Property Law
1. Introduction Sunil Mani and Richard R. Nelson
2. Innovations in the Brazilian Pharmaceutical Industry in Post-TRIPS Thiago Caliari, Roberto Mazzoleni and Luciano Martins Costa Povoa
3. TRIPS Compliance of National Patent Regimes and Domestic Innovative Activity, The Indian Experience Sunil Mani, Sudip Chaudhuri, V. K Unni, Carl Pray and Latha Nagarajan
4. Knowledge Transfer in the Thai Automotive Industry and Impacts from Changing Patent Regimes Patarapong Intarakumnerd and Peera Charoenporn
5. National Patent Regime and Indigenous Innovations-Case of China Song Hong
6. Conclusions Sunil Mani and Richard R.Nelson