Collective Management of TRIPS: APEC, New Regionalism and Intellectual Property
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) took up intellectual property (IP) issues in 1995, quite late in the evolution of its program of regional economic cooperation, and even then with a measure of caution and uncertainty. The way APEC has handled cooperation on IP issues shows how its priorities and modalities have shifted expediently to respond to political and economic developments, and exemplifies two broad themes in APEC’s evolution: . first, the question of scope and...[Show more]
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