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Public Policy and Global Technological Integration

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ISBN13: 9789041106551
ISBN: 9041106553
Published: June 1997
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



New technologies are being developed at a tremedous pace. They are transforming the political, economic and social relations in ways that often present unique challenges to public policy-makers, who must plan for the future in a landscape which global technological integration is constantly changing. This text brings together contributions from international organizations in the fields of trade, competition and intellectual property regulation to reflect on the future of public policy in an era of global technological integration.

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Contents:
Part 1 Introduction - Public policy and global technological integration - an introduction, F.M. Abbott; Global technological integration, intellectual property rights and Competition Law - some introductory comments, D.J. Gerber.
Part 2 The new global technology regime: The evolution of technology and markets and the management of intellectual property rights, F. Gurry; The TWO TRIPS agreement and global economic development, F.M. Abbott; comments and discussion; The changing face of globalism, S.A. Riesenfeld; comments and discussions; The impact of new technology on multilateral trade regulation and governance, T. Cottier.
Part 3 The implications of the new regime for global competition policy: The economic justification for the grant of intellectual property rights - patterns of convergence and conflict, C.A. Primo Braga, C. Fink; comments and discussion; Intellectual property rights, economic power and global technological integration, D.J. Gerber; The intersection of industrial policy and competition - the Japanese experience, M. Matsushita; comments and discussion; A Competition Law approach to global intellectual property and telecommunications market integration, C.D. Ehlermann.
Part 4 The institutional and jurisdictional architecture: Reflections on constitutional changes to the global trading system, J. Jackson; A cooperative framework for national regulators, D. Wood; comments and discussion; The potential benefits of an international anticrust code, W. Fikentscher; A Trade Law approach to the globalization of markets and competition, E.-U. Petersmann; Global telecommunications and local politics, F. Tipson.