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Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements presents the papers of the sixth IP conference organised by the Macau Institute of European Studies (IEEM) on intellectual property law and the economic challenges for Asia. The objective of the conferences is to provide up-to-date information on developments in global intellectual property law and policy and their impact on regional economic and cultural development. The current volume deals with the implications of free trade agreements for the international framework of intellectual property law, a topic of enormous economic and legal importance given the increasing number of free trade agreements in force or under negotiation.
Part I General IssuesChapter 1. The Development Agenda for Intellectual PropertyANSELM KAMPERMAN SANDERSChapter 2. TRIPS-Plus Rules under Free Trade AgreementsJAKKRIT KUANPOTHPart II Law and Policy of Multilateral v Bilateral AgreementsChapter 3. The Changing Landscape of International Intellectual PropertyDANIEL J GERVAISChapter 4. TRIPS and FTAs: A World of Preferential or Detrimental Relations?ROGER KAMPFChapter 5. The Most-Favoured Nation Treatment and Intellectual Property RightsCHRISTOPHER HEATHPart III FTAs and PatentsChapter 6. Parallel Imports of Pharmaceuticals-Doha versus Free Trade AgreementsNG-LOY WEE LOON Chapter 7. Free Trade Agreements, UPOV and Plant Varieties MARISTELA BASSO & EDSON BEAS RODRIGUES JRPart IV FTAs and CopyrightsChapter 8. Exporting the DMCA through Free Trade AgreementsANDREW CHRISTIE, SOPHIE WALLER & KIMBERLEE WEATHERALL Chapter 9. Copyright and Free Trade-A Korean PerspectiveBYUNG-IL KIMPart V FTAs and AntitrustChapter 10. International Antitrust and Intellectual PropertyANDREAS HEINEMANN
“...a timely, comprehensive and important contribution to international IP research and scholarship...This book not only addresses various specific problems raised by FTA IP rules, but tackles important systemic issues.” – Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan,
IIC Review, Issue 8