Strategic Patent Licensing for Public Research Organizations: Deploying Restriction and Reservation Clauses to Promote Medical R&D in Developing Countries
Evans, Gail E., American Journal of Law & Medicine
In May 2006, at the World Health Assembly, the governments of Kenya and Brazil called on fellow nations to promote the development of the public health tools necessary to build the research capacity of developing countries. That call was again made at the G8 Summit in June 2007,1 when the national science academies of the G8 nations and Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa signed a statement on the promotion and protection of innovation. Highlighting the need to balance the protection of intellectual property with the need to foster access to knowledge and remove barriers to innovation, the statement calls on world leaders to:
Work with developing countries to build …
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Publication information: Article title: Strategic Patent Licensing for Public Research Organizations: Deploying Restriction and Reservation Clauses to Promote Medical R&D in Developing Countries. Contributors: Evans, Gail E. - Author. Journal title: American Journal of Law & Medicine. Volume: 34. Issue: 2/3 Publication date: April 1, 2008. Page number: 175+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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