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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Sustainable Technology Transfer: A Guide to Global Aid & Trade Development

Edited by: Hans Henrick Lidgard, Jeffrey Atik, Tu Thanh Nguyen

ISBN13: 9789041134486
Published: November 2011
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £89.00

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There are more than eighty international agreements and many additional programmes dealing with technology transfer. Moreover, several international conventions require that aid programs, both to address acute emergencies and to assist in the longer-term building of viable infrastructures, be undertaken in specific and concrete ways.

However, problems inevitably arise when good intentions are put to the test, particularly in connection with rights to the ownership of intellectual property assets. Some even claim that it is only when IPRs are respected that sustainable support can be expected.

To examine the existing status of international law in this important area – and to offer recommendations for potential improvements and solutions – the Faculty of Law of Lund University hosted a conference in Vietnam in October 2010 on the subject of sustainable technology transfer from developed countries to developing countries. Focusing on the legal problems which sustainable technology transfer may give rise to and how they may be addressed – and with emphasis on health, environment, energy, and climate change – this book summarizes the most important findings of that conference.

Twelve penetrating essays by fourteen distinguished European, American, and Asian legal scholars address the questions of what is required to satisfy existing international obligations and to what extent developing countries may use flexibilities in international conventions to advance their own development.

The book concludes with a view from a developing country perspective and forwardlooking statements issuing from a heightened awareness of the role that technology transfer might play, if properly deployed, in the development of the disadvantaged countries of the world.

Although few will argue with the Millennium Development Declaration’s affirmation that those who benefit least deserve help from those who benefit most, disagreement continues over crucial details such as how technology transfer should take place and the role of the law in facilitating it.

This book goes a long way toward removing persistent obstacles that block the goal of closing the technology gap, and as such it will be welcomed and studied by interested parties worldwide.

Intellectual Property Law
The Editors
List of Contributors
List of Abbreviations
Institutional Definitions and Abbreviations
Chapter 1 Framing the Issues Hans Henrik Lidgard, Jeffery Atik & Tu Thanh Nguyen
Chapter 2 TRIPS Article 66.2: Between Hard Law and Soft Law? Thu-Lang Tran-Wasescha & Xavier Groussot
Chapter 3 Assessing Reporting Obligations under TRIPS Article 66.2 43 Hans Henrik Lidgard
Chapter 4 Technology Transfer and Competition Law: Options for Developing Countries Tu Thanh Nguyen
Chapter 5 Intellectual Property Rights, Technology Transfer and Development: The Case of Compulsory Licensing Keith E. Maskus
Chapter 6 ACTA and the Destabilization of TRIPS Jeffery Atik
Chapter 7 Breaking Down Barriers to Technology Transfer: Reforming WTO Standard-Setting Rules and Establishing an Advisory Facility in Standard-Setting for Developing and Least Developed Countries Christopher Gibson
Chapter 8 Technology Transfer and Climate Change Hari M. Osofsky
Chapter 9 Technology Transfer and Benefit Sharing under the Biodiversity Convention Peter Gottschalk
Chapter 10 Sustainable Technology Transfer, Climate Control, and Renewable Power in Vietnam Steven Ferrey
Chapter 11 Vietnam: A Case Study for Sustainable Technology Transfer Tran Viet Dung, Le Thi Nam Giang & Nguyen Nhu Quynh
Chapter 12 From Reality to Law: Sustainable Technology Transfer – An Outlook Christoffer Wong, Hans Henrik Lidgard, Jeffery Atik & Tu Thanh Nguyen