Implementing the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Development Agenda

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    • Contributors:
      de Beer, Jeremy
    • Publication Information:
      Active
    • Publication Information:
      Waterloo ON, CA: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009-04-24.
    • Publication Date:
      2009
    • Abstract:
      Defining WIPO's development agenda / Jeremy DeBeer -- The WIPO development agenda forum and its prospects for taking into account different levels of development / Sara Bannerman -- A conceptual and methodological framework for impact assessment under the WIPO development agenda (Cluster D) / Xuan Li -- Reforming governance to advance the WIPO development agenda / Carolyn Deere -- From agenda to implementation: working outside the WIPO box / E. Richard Gold and Jean-Frédéric Morin -- The role of WIPO's leadership in the implementation of WIPO's development agenda / Sisule F. Musungu -- Building intellectual property coalitions for development / Peter K. Yu -- The WIPO development agenda: factoring in the technologically proficient developing countries / Shamnad Basheer and Annalisa Primi -- Localizing WIPO's legislative assistance: lessons from China's experience with the TRIPs agreement / Lihong Li -- The public-private dichotomy of intellectual property: recommendations for the WIPO development agenda / V.C. Vivekanandan -- Strategies to implement WIPO's development agenda: a Brazilian perspective and beyond / Pedro Paranagua´ -- Implementing WIPO's development agenda: treaty provisions on minimum exceptions and limitations for education / Andrew Rens.
      The newly adopted World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Development Agenda presents a real opportunity to revolutionize the international governance of intellectual property law and policy. The litmus test for its success, however, will be if and how the agenda is implemented in practice. This edited collection brings together a series of incisive essays written by leading thinkers from emerging economies, Canada, and elsewhere to develop concrete strategies for implementing the agenda. The essays cover a range of fundamental issues surrounding the agenda and examine its recommendations from multidisciplinary and multi-regional perspectives. Several essays explore the role of WIPO and its member states in steering the direction of future reform as well as potential approaches to achieve this goal. Other contributions examine specific recommendations on WIPO’s activities within the broader context of development. This volume will be a useful source of reference for informed but non-expert readers, including government officials and delegates at international and “capital” levels, leaders of the international business community, individuals in inter- and non-governmental organizations, and scholars in the fields of law and international governance. Co-published with the International Development Research Centre and the Centre for International Governance Innovation
      Contents [[Page 6-7]] List of Acronyms [[Page 8-9]] Foreword [[Page 10-13]] Acknowledgements [[Page 14-17]] 1 Defining WIPO’s Development Agenda [[Page 18-40]] 2 The WIPO Development Agenda Forum and Its Prospects for Taking into Account Different Levels of Development [[Page 41-50]] 3 A Conceptual and Methodological Framework for Impact Assessment under the WIPO Development Agenda (Cluster D) [[Page 51-59]] 4 Reforming Governance to Advance the WIPO Development Agenda [[Page 60-73]] 5 From Agenda to Implementation: Working outside the WIPO Box [[Page 74-86]] 6 The Role of WIPO’s Leadership in the Implementation of WIPO’s Development Agenda [[Page 87-95]] 7 Building Intellectual Property Coalitions for Development [[Page 96-116]] 8 The WIPO Development Agenda: Factoring in the “Technologically Proficient” Developing Countries [[Page 117-134]] 9 Localizing WIPO’s Legislative Assistance: Lessons from China’s Experience with the TRIPs Agreement [[Page 135-147]] 10 The Public–Private Dichotomy of Intellectual Property: Recommendations for the WIPO Development Agenda [[Page 148-156]] 11 Strategies to Implement WIPO’s Development Agenda: A Brazilian Perspective and Beyond [[Page 157-174]] 12 Implementing WIPO’s Development Agenda: Treaty Provisions on Minimum Exceptions and Limitations for Education [[Page 175-186]] Afterword [[Page 187-192]] Contributors [[Page 193-195]] Index [[Page 196-202]] -----A [[Page 196-196]] -----B [[Page 196-196]] -----C [[Page 196-196]] -----D [[Page 197-197]] -----E [[Page 197-197]] -----F [[Page 197-197]] -----G [[Page 197-197]] -----H [[Page 198-198]] -----I [[Page 198-198]] -----K [[Page 199-199]] -----L [[Page 199-199]] -----M [[Page 199-199]] -----N [[Page 199-199]] -----O [[Page 199-199]] -----P [[Page 199-199]] -----R [[Page 199-199]] -----S [[Page 199-199]] -----T [[Page 200-200]] -----U [[Page 200-200]] -----V [[Page 200-200]] -----W [[Page 200-200]] -----Y [[Page 201-202]]
    • Accession Number:
      OCLC Number: 899262126
      ebrary ID: 10413252
      desLibris ID: 434570
    • File Description:
      PDF
    • ISBN:
      978-1-55458-164-1
      1-55458-164-8
    • Rights:
      Copyright 2009
    • Accession Number:
      edscel.434570
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