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Kostecki Michał M. (Universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland)
The Business of Intellectual Property and Economic Development : Did the WTO Get it Right?
Argumenta Oeconomica, 2009, nr 2 (23), s. 151-175, rys., bibliogr. 43 poz.
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Ochrona własności intelektualnej, Rozwój gospodarczy, Prawo własności intelektualnej, Organizacja handlu
Intellectual property protection, Economic development, Intellectual property law, Trade organization
Lobbies of the so-called knowledge industry and brand-based business succeeded in introducing strict protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs) into the World Trade Organization (WTO). However, it is often questioned whether the resulting WTO Agreement on Trade-related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), as it stands, may serve development objectives. This article (i) presents the interplay of business and pro-development forces during the multilateral trade negotiations, (ii) evaluates the impact of the TRIPS agreement, (iii) reports on the current South-North conflicts of interest in the trading system and (iv) suggests that the positive business incentives for companies in low-income economies – rather than stricter rules and policies based on threats – might constitute a more effective users in developing nations. (original abstract)
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