International Intellectual Property in an Integrated World Economy, Fourth Edition
International Intellectual Property in an Integrated World Economy features a comprehensive introduction to the global system regulating
the field of intellectual property rights, including how the treatment of IP may affect a broad range of social and political interests.
From the Publisher:
Emerging Markets and the World Patent Order
Edited by Frederick M. Abbott, Edward Ball Eminent Scholar Professor of International Law, Florida State University College of Law, US,
Carlos M. Correa, Professor and Director, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies on Industrial Property and Economics (CEIDIE), Law Faculty,
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina and
Peter Drahos, Professor, Regulatory Institutions Network, The Australian National University and Chair in Intellectual Property, Queen Mary,
University of London, UK
Description The patent has emerged as a dominant force in 21st century economic policy. This book examines the impact of the BRICS and
other emerging economies on the global patent framework and charts the phenomenal rise in the number of patents in some of these countries.
Contributors include: F.M. Abbott, D. Borges Barbosa, C.M. Correa, P. Drahos, M. El Said, C. Fink, P. Gehl Sampath, K. Karachalios,
R. Kher, J. Kuanpoth, A. Kudlinski, T. Payosova, P. Roffe, S.K. Sell, Y. Tamura, G. Van Overwalle, Y.A. Vawda, H. Zhang, W. Zhuang
From the publisher:
International Trade and Human Rights
in the debate on globalization
in ways that often present unique challenges to public policymakers who must plan for the future in a landscape subject to the constant changes of global technological integration.
LAW AND POLICY OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION: THE NAFTA AND WESTERN HEMISPHERIC INTEGRATION
and the emergence of the World Trade Organization (WTO)as the regulator of global commerce will have a profound influence on the conduct of international trade.marketplace has clearly manifested itself over the past year
is given to the NAFTA rule systems, dispute settlement mechanisms, and environmental implications.
Pin the WTO. It examines the legal rules of the WTO designed to regulate the activities of regional integration arrangements. It considers the potential for conflictbetween the rules and trade policies of the WTO and those of the NAFTA. This bookmholds a strong appeal for practitioners and academics interested in international economic law.