Intellectual Property Today: Appropriability, Innovation and Public Policy.- Intellectual Property and Development: An Interpretation of the (NEW) Markets for Knowledge.- Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation, and Development.- The Frontier of Trade Negotiations.- The Flexibility of TRIPS and Its Possible Erosion in Bilateral, Multilateral, and Regional Negotiations.- Intellectual Property and the New Generation of Free Trade Agreements: The Agreement Between Chile and the United States of America.- Free Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: Impacts and Challenges.- Intellectual Property Rights in the Agenda of the Developing Countries.- Intellectual Property Rights in the Agenda of the Developing Countries. Intellectual Property Laws and Access to Medicines.- Intellectual Property Rights and Biological Diversity: Considerations for Latin America.- Intellectual Property in Living Organisms. Current Situation, Trends and Challenges.- Technological and Innovation Policy in Mexico.- Premises and Instruments of Innovation Policy: A Reflection from the Mexican Case.- Recent Changes in Science and Technology Policy in Mexico: Innovation Incentives.- Scientific and Technological Policy in Mexico and Intellectual Property.
Explores the dynamic relations among intellectual property rights, international trade, innovation, economic development, and science and technology policy
Covers such timely issues as access to medicines, and protection of biological diversity, living organisms, and traditional knowledge
Applies in-depth analysis of Mexico to apply to developing countries, in general
Sponsored by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and featuring contributions from academics, policymakers, and consultants