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2007
Is Product Patent Protection Necessary in Developing Countries for Innovation? R&D by Indian Pharmaceutical Companies after TRIPS, September 2007.
Author: Professor Sudip Chaudhuri, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, India

Final Report of Sierra Leone Intellectual Property Technical Assistance Diagnostic Study, October 2007
By: Mart Leesti and Tom Pengelly

Final Report of Uganda Intellectual Property Technical Assistance Diagnostic Study
, October 2007
By: Mart Leesti and Tom Pengelly


2006
The ability of select sub-Saharan African countries to utilise TRIPs Flexibilities and Competition Law to ensure a sustainable supply of essential medicines: A study of producing and importing countries.
, 2006
Authors: Tenu Avafia, Jonathan Berger and Trudi Hartzenberg/ UNCTAD-ICTSD-tralac

2005
Exploring Options and Modalities to Move the New Development Agenda Forward, 2005.
Author:
Deere, Carolyn / University of Oxford.

Toward a New Era of Objective Assessment In The Field of TRIPS and Variable Geometry for the Preservation of Multilateralism
, 2005.
Author: Abbott, Frederick M. / Journal of International Economic Law, 8/1.


2004
A Survey of Policy and Practice on the Use of Access to Medicines-Related TRIPs Flexibilities in Malawi, 2004.
Authors: Robert Lewis-Lettington and Chikosa Banda / Department for International Development Health Systems Resource Centre.

Bilateral Agreements and a TRIPS-Plus World: The Chile-USA Free Trade Agreement, 2004.
Author: Pedro Roffe ICTSD / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva, Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP), Ottawa.

Multilateral agreements and a TRIPS-plus world: The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), 2004.
Authors: Sisule F Musungu and Graham Dutfield / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva, Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP), Ottawa.

Processes and Issues for Improving Access to Medicines: Willingness and Ability to Utilise TRIPS Flexibilities in Non-Producing Countries, 2004.
Author: Brook K. Baker / Department for International Development Health Systems Resource Centre.

Utilizing TRIPS Flexibilities for Public Health Protecton Through South-South Regional Frameworks, 2004.
Authors: Sisule F. Musungu, Susan Villanueva, Roxana Blasetti / South Centre.

The Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health and the Contradictory Trend in Bilateral and Regional Free Trade Agreements, 2004.
Author: Frederick Abbott / Quaker United Nations Office.

Willingness and Ability to Use TRIPs Flexibilities Kenya case study, 2004.
Authors: Robert Lewis-Lettington and Peter Munyi / Department for International Development Health Systems Resource Centre.

2003
Bilateral & regional agreements imposing TRIPS-plus standards for IPRs on life in developing countries, 2003.
Author: GRAIN.

EFTA must stop pushing for patents on life in developing countries, 2003.
Author: Erlklärung von Bern.

Establishing a Disclosure of Origin Obligation in the TRIPS Agreement, 2003.
Author: Carlos M. Correa / Quaker United Nations Office, Occasional Paper 12.

European Parliament Priority Question to the European Commission (Caroline Lucas, March 2003) and the Commission's reply (Pascal Lamy, April 2003), 2003.
Author:

From TRIPS to RIPS: A better Trade Framework to support Innovation in Medical Technologies, 2003.
Author: James Love / Agence nationale de recherches sur le sida/Institute d' économie publique, Workshop on Economic issues related to access to HIV/AIDS care in developing countries, 27 May 2003.

Geographical Indications and Legal Framework in India, 2003.
Author: Suresh C Srivastava. / The Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai.

Implementing the Doha Mandate on TRIPS and Public Health, 2003.
Author: Fink C. / International Trade Department, World Bank.

Implications of TRIPs For Food Security in the Majority World, 2003.
Author: Gerard Downes / Prepared for Comhlámh Action Network.

Keeping science open: the effects of intellectual property policy on the conduct of science, 2003.
Author: Royal Society Working Group on Intellectual Property / The Royal Society.

Non-Violation Nullification or Impairment Causes of Action under the TRIPS Agreement and the Fifth Ministerial Conference: A Warning and Reminder, 2003.
Author: Frederick M. Abbott / World Committee for Consultation, Quakers United Nations Office - Geneva, Occasional Paper N°11.

Recent International Developments in the Area of Intellectual Property Rights, 2003.
Author:
Carlos M. Correa.

Regional and bilateral agreements and a TRIPS-plus worl: the Free Trade Areas of the Americas (FTAA), 2003.
Author: David Vivas-Eugui / TRIPS Issues Papers, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva, Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP), Ottawa, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), Geneva, N°1.

Special and Differential Treatment of Developing Countries in TRIPS, 2003.
Author: Constantine Michalopoulos / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva, Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP), Ottawa.

The Competition Provisions in the TRIPS Agreement: Implications for Technology Transfer, 2003.
Author: Frederick M. Abbott / Joint WIPO-WTO Workshop Intellectual Property Rights and Transfer of Technology, Geneva, 17 November 2003.

The Efficacy of TRIPS: Incentives, Capacity and Threats, (abstract), 2003.
Author: W. A. Kerr / The Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy, Vol. 4, N°1.

The International Cancún Declaration of Indigenous Peoples, 2003.
5th WTO Ministerial Conference, Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico, 12 September 2003.

The Second Bellagio Dialogue, 2003.
Author: UNCTAD-ICTSD.

The TRIPS Agreement: Patenting of Genetic Heritage and Food Security, 2003.
Author: Service Centre for Development Cooperation, Helsinki.

The TRIPS review at a turning point?, 2003.
Author: GRAIN.

Think there's Trouble at WTO? WIPO's Global Patent System Could be a Lot Worse, 2003.
Author: GRAIN.

Towards Development-Oriented Intellectual Property Policy: Advancing the Reform Agenda: Meeting Report, 2003.
Author: UNCTAD-ICTSD.

Trade Diplomacy, the Rule of Law and the Problem of Asymmetric Risks in TRIPS, 2003
Author: Frederick M. Abbott / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva, Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP), Ottawa.

TRIPS: De Río a Cancún, Los Derechos de los pueblos no son negociables, 2003.
Authors: Silvia Rodríguez, Ángel Ibarra and Alejandra Rotania / Global Issue Paper 2 published for the 5th WTO Ministerial Conference (Cancún, September 2003) by Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin.

TRIPS, Drug Patents and Access to Medicines-Balancing Incentives for R&D with Public Health Concerns, 2003.
Author: Prof. Keith Maskus / Development Gateway Expert Perspective: 4 September 2003.

TRIPS: From Río to Cancún: The rights of the peoples are nonnegotiable, 2003.
Authors: Silvia Rodríguez, Ángel Ibarra and Alejandra Rotania / Global Issue Paper 2 published for the 5th WTO Ministerial Conference (Cancún, September 2003) by Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin.

TRIPS-plus must stop, 2003.
Author: GRAIN.

TRIPS-plus: where are we now?, 2003.
Author: An informal report from GRAIN for the Third SAARC Peoples Forum.

Un tournant dans la révision de l’Accord sur les ADPIC ?, 2003.
Author: GRAIN.

Une rivalité Nord/Sud sur le matériel génétique : Le chapitre de la ZLÉA sur la propriété intellectuelle, 2003.
Author: Jean-Frédéric Morin / Observatoire des Amériques.

2002
Amended Patents Act and Access to Medicines after Doha, 2002.
Author: P. Cullet / Economic and Political Weekly (15 June 2002), XXXVII/24, p. 2278.

An Informal Survey of the Notification & Review of National Intellectual Property Laws under the WTO TRIPS Agreement, 2002.
Author: Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Anthrax, Drug Transnationals, and TRIPS, 2002.
Author: K. Singh / Foreign Policy in Focus (FPIF), edited by John Gershman, 29 April 2002.

Balancing Health Needs and Drug Research Incentives, 2002.
Authors: Hannah H. Kettler, Chris Collins / Cooperation South Journal - 2002, United Nations Development Programme, p.10-36.

Beyond TRIPS: A New Global Patent Regime, 2002.
Author: J. Olson Lanjouw / Center for Global Development Brief, Vol.1, Issue N°3.

Biopharmaceutiques et santé - résumé, 2002.
Author: UNU/INTECH / Synthèse sur les Politiques Technologiques, Vol. 1, N°3.

Brief on the Treatment of Intellectual Property in the Doha WTO Ministerial Declaration: Mandated Negociations and Reviews, 2002.
Author: D. Vivas Eugui / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) - South Centre project.

Compulsory Licensing for Public Health Needs: The TRIPS Agenda at the WTO after the Doha Declaration on Public Health, 2002.
Author: F.M. Abbott / Occasional Paper 9, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO).

Developing Countries and a New Round of WTO Negotiations, 2002.
Authors: T.W. Hertel, B.M. Hoekman, M. Will / The World Bank Research Observer, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank, Vol. 17, N°1, pp.113 - 140.

Droits de Propriété Intellectuelle et Licences Obligatoires: Options pour les Pays en Développement, 2002.
Author: Carlos M. Correa / South Centre.

Emerging Plant Variety Legislations and Their Implications for Developing Countries: Experiences from India and Africa, 2002.
Author: Harbir Singh / Paper presented in the National Conference on TRIPS - Next Agenda for Developing Countries, Shyamprasad Institute for Social Service, Hyderabad, 11- 12 October 2002.

Extension of Stronger Geographical Indications Ptotection: Against the Interests of Developing Countries?, 2002.
Author: D. Williams / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 6, N°4, May 2002.

Geographical Indications: A Review of Proposals at the TRIPS Council (draft), 2002.
Author: D. Rangnekar / UNCTAD/ICTSD Capacity Building Project on Intellectual Property Rights and Sustainable Development.

Historic Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health, 2002.
Author: Department of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy, WHO / Essential Drugs in Brief, Issue N°6, April 2002.

Identification and Analysis of Emerging and Existing Industries Related to TRIPS Agreement in Developing Countries, 2002.
Author: D. Vivas Eugui.

Implications of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health, 2002.
Author: Carlos M. Correa / WHO Health Economics and Drugs, EDM Series, N°12. CID Working Paper, N°92.

India's Patent Policy and Negotiations in TRIPS: Future Options for India and other Developing Countries, 2002.
Author: Anitha Ramanna / Paper presented in the National Conference on TRIPS - Next Agenda for Developing Countries, Shyamprasad Institute for Social Service, Hyderabad, 11- 12 October 2002.

Inquiétudes des pays africains sur le brevetage des ressources biologiques, 2002.
Author: Brahima Ouedraogo / Inter Press Service (IPS), Agence de Presse du Tiers Monde.

Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy, 2002.
Authors: Professor J. Barton (Commission Chair), Mr Daniel Alexander, Professor C. Correa, Dr R. Mashelkar FRS, Dr G. Samuels CBE, Dr S. Thomas / Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR).

Intellectual Property and Environment - Impacts of the TRIPS Agreement on Envrionmental Law Making in India, 2002.
Author: Philippe Cullet.

Intellectual Property, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development: Resolving the Difficult Issues, 2002.
Author: Martin Khor / Third World Network (TWN), Zed Books.

Intellectual Property, Biodiversity, and the Rights of the Poor, 2002.
Author: G. Sreenivasan with J. Christie / Canadian Council for International Co-operation, Trade and Poverty Series, Global Trade/Global Poverty, NGO Perspectives on Key Challenges for Canada, N°3.

Intellectual Property Rights, Food and Biodiversity, 2002.
Author: G. Tansey / Food for Thought, Harvard International Review, Spring 2002.

Intellectual Property Rights, Technology and Economic Development: Experiences of Asian Countries, 2002.
Author: Nagesh Kumar / Research and Information System for Non-aligned and Other Developing Countries, RIS DP N°25.

International IP issues Post-Doha: Geographical Indications, Access to Medicines, Biotechnology and other current issues, 2002.
Author: Briefing chaired by Professor Andrew Christie, Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia, Speakers: David Hallett and Peter Lawrence / Foreign Affairs and Trade, Office of Trade Negociations, Australia.

Introducing patent protection in the pharmaceutical sector : a first evaluation for the Mexican case, 2002.
Authors: Emmanuel Combe, Pluvia Zuniga.

Issues linked to Convention on Biological Diversity in the WTO negotiations implementing Doha mandates, 2002.
Author: D. Vivas Eugui / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)-South Centre project.

L’Accord de Bangui révisé et l’annexe X relative à la protection des obtentions végétales, 2002.
Author: Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN).

La propriété intellectuelle, la biodiversité, et les droits des pauvres, 2002.
Authors: Gauri Sreenivasan en collaboration avec Jean Christien / Mondialisation du commerce – Mondialisation de la pauvreté, Les enjeux pour le Canada : perspectives des ONG, Conseil canadien pour la coopération internationale, Série sur le commerce et la pauvreté, Article 3.

Legal Options for Implementing Paragraph 6 of the Ministerial Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health, 2002.
Author: Frederick M. Abbott / Summary of Oral Presentation at Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) – Norway Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Meeting at Utstein Monastery, Norway, July 20-23, 2002.

Le tournant de l'ADPIC, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 3.

Le tournant de l'ADPIC: la propriété intellectuelle selon l'ADPIC, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 3a.

Le tournant de l'ADPIC: réglement des différends de propriété intellectuelle, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 3b.

Legal Options for Implementing Paragraph 6 of the Ministerial Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health, 2002.
Author: Marco C.E.J. Bronckers / Summary of Oral Presentation at Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) – Norway Ministry of Foreign Affairs Meeting at Utstein Monastery, Norway, July 20-23, 2002

Marges de manoeuvre?, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 6.

Negotiating intellectual property: Mandates and options in the Doha Work Programme, 2002.
Author: J. Hepburn / Occasional Paper 10, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO).

Non-Market Strategy and Global Intellectual Property: A Manager’s Guide to TRIPS, 2002.
Authors: Marc L. Busch, Phil Tan / Framework Paper 02-12, Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada.

Non-voluntary Licensing of Patented Inventions: History, TRIPS, and Canadian and United States Practice, 2002.
Authors: J. Reichman, C. Hasenzahl / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 6, N°7, October 2002.

Non-voluntary Licensing of Patented Inventions: Historical Perspective, Legal Framework under TRIPS, and an Overview of the Practice in Canada and the United States of America (draft), 2002.
Authors: J. Reichman, C. Hasenzahl / UNCTAD/ICTSD Capacity Building Project on Intellectual Property Rights and Sustainable Development.

Non-voluntary Licensing of Patented Inventions: The Canadian Experience (draft), 2002.
Authors: J. Reichman, C. Hasenzahl / UNCTAD/ICTSD Capacity Building Project on Intellectual Property Rights and Sustainable Development.

Option 1: des brevets, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 4.

Option 2: le sui generis, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 5.

Option 2: le sui generis. Les options des agriculteurs, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 5a.

Option 2: le sui generis. Les différents droits internationaux de propriété du vivant, 2002.
Author: Solagral / Dossier pédagogique: Biodiversité, Savoirs protégés, savoirs partagés, 6 Fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre, Fiche 5b.

Patents, Pills and Public Health: Can TRIPS Deliver? 2002.
Author: Martin Foreman / The Panos Institute.

Promoting participation for negotiating food and biodiversity in the post-Doha TRIPS work programme, 2002.
Author: Quaker Office at the United Nations (QUNO), Geneva / Report on a seminar, Jongny-sur-Vevey, Switzerland, 17 and 18 May 2002.

Propiedad intelectual y disparidad de conocimientos, 2002.
Author: Oxfam / La Insignia, Diario independiente iberoamericano. Jornal independente iberoamericano, 7 Noviembre.

Proteccion de los Datos Presentados para el Registro de Productos Farmacéuticos. Implementacion de las Normas del Acuerdo TRIPS, 2002.
Author: C. Correa / South Centre.

Protection of Data Submitted for the Registration of Pharmaceuticals: Implementing the Standards of the TRIPS Agreement, 2002.
Author: C. Correa / South Centre.

Regulatory Standards in the WTO: Comparing Intellectual Property Rights with Competition Policy, Environmental Protection, and Core Labor Standards, 2002.
Author: Keith E. Maskus.

Reshaping the TRIPS Agreement concerning Public Health: Two Critical Issues, 2002.
Author: Haochen Sun.

Study on the Implementation of the TRIPS Agreement by Developing Countries, 2002.
Author: Phil Thorpe / Study Paper 7, Commission on Intellectual Property Rights.

Sui Generis Systems for Plant Variety Protection. Options under TRIPS, 2002.
Author: Biswajit Dhar / Disussion Paper, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), Geneva.

Technology Policy Issues at the WTO, 2002.
Author: UNU and INTECH / Technology Policy Briefs, Vol. 1, Issue N°1.

The Compatibility of CBD with TRIPs, 2002.
Author: Biswajit Dhar / ICTSD.

The Effects of Intellectual Property Rights on Foreign Direct Investment and Imports into Developing Countries in the Post-TRIPS Era, 2002.
Author: W. Lesser / IP Strategy Today, bioDevelopments/World Initiative For Technology Transfer (SWIFTT), N°5.

The Future for Patents on Life, 2002.
Author: J. Wild / IP Matters, Derwent.

The Impact of Article 27 of the TRIPS Agreement on Foreign Direct Investment and Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries, 2002.
Author: Paras Gorasia / Intellectual Property Dissertation, seminar leader: Alan Story.

The Pros and Cons of Stronger Geographical Indication Protection, 2002.
Author: D. Rangnekar / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 6, N°3, March-April 2002.

The Protection of Geographical Indications, 2002.
Author: A. Grazioli / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 6, N°1, January 2002.

The Relationship between Regional Trade Agreements and the Multilateral Trading System: Intellectual Property Rights, 2002.
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Developmentn (OECD).

The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Encouraging Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfer, 2002.
Author: K. Maskus / Prepared for the Conference "Public-Private Initiatives After TRIPS: Designing a Global Agenda", Brussels, July 16-19, 1997.

The TRIPS Regime of Patent Rights, 2002.
Author: N. Pires de Carvalho / Kluwer Academic Publishers.

The WTO TRIPS Agreement and the Protection of Public Health: Implementing paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration, 2002.
Author: Utstein Kloster / Report on the workshop organized by the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway.

Towards A Reconciliation Between The Convention On Biological Diversity And TRIPS Agreement; An Interface Among Intellectual Property Rights On Biotechnology, Traditional Knowledge, And Benefit Sharing, 2002.
Author: J. Curci Staffler / University of Geneva.

Trade and Health: Focus on Access to Essential Medicines, 2002.
Authors: Gauri Sreenivasan, Ricardo Grinspun / Global Trade/Global Poverty, NGO Perspectives on Key Challenges for Canada, Canadian Council for International Co-operation, Trade and Poverty Series, Paper N°4.

TRIPS and Capacity Building in Developing Economies, 2002.
Author: R. Rasiah / Discussion Paper Series, UNU-INTECH, N°1.

TRIPS and Non-violation Complaints: From a Public Health Perspective, 2002.
Author: Haochen Sun / Centre for WTO Studies.

TRIPS and Pharmaceutical Industry: Issues and Prospects, 2002.
Author: N. Lalitha / Paper presented in the National Conference on TRIPS - Next Agenda for Developing Countries, Shyamprasad Institute for Social Service, Hyderabad, 11- 12 October 2002.

TRIPS and public health: the next battle, 2002.
Author: Oxfam / Oxfam Briefing Paper, N°15.

TRIPS : Controversies and Potential Reform, 2002.
Author: K. Maskus / The World Bank.

TRIPS, Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines, 2002.
Author: World Health Organization (WHO) / HIV/AIDS Antiretroviral Newsletter, December 2002, Issue N°8.

TRIPS, sus Principios y la Proteccion de los Conocimientos Tradicionales, 2002.
Author: Mariela E. Borgarello.

TRIPS with everything? Intellectual property and the farming world, 2002.
Author: A Food Ethics Council Report.

WTO TRIPS Agreement and Its Implications for Access to Medicines in Developing Countries, 2002.
Author: F.M. Abbott / Study Paper 2a, UK Commission on Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR).

2001
Access to Medicines Could Become Doha’s (only?) Success Story, 2001.
Author: Editorial / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°5, June 2001.

Accord sur les Aspects des Droits de Propriété Intellectuelle liés au Commerce: l'Accès aux Médicaments entre Intérêts Privés et Biens Publics, 2001.
Author: Solagral / Réunion organisé par Solagral dans le cadre du programme "Du citoyen à l'OMC".

A Comment on the Treatment of the TRIPS Agreement in the Second Drafts of the WTO's Doha Ministerial Declarations, 2001.
Author: Cecilia Oh / Third World Network.

A development agenda for implementing TRIPS: Addressing biodiversity, food and health needs, 2001.
Author: J. Hepburn / Report on a seminar held by the Quaker United Nations Office, Jongny-sur-Vevey, Switzerland, 6-8, September 2001.

Africa Group Proposal on: Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, 2001.
Author: Africa Group.

Asean Workshop on the TRIPS Agreement and traditional medicine: Recommendations regarding Intellectual Property Rights in Relation to Traditional Medicine, 2001.
Author: circulated by Mawarwati Djamaludin.

A TRIPS agenda for development: Meeting food, health and biodiversity needs, 2001.
Author: Jonathan Hepburn / Report on the Conference organised by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva, 12-13 October 2001, The Hague.

Biotechnology and Patents: What Can Developing Countries Do About Article 27.3(b)?, 2001.
Author: G. Dutfield / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°9, November-December 2001.

Communication from the European Communities and their Member States to the TRIPS council: the relationship between provisions of the TRIPS Agreement and access to medicines, 2001.
Author: European Commission.

CRISIS in WTO Talks!, 2001.
Author: A. Kwa / Focus on the Global South.

Declaración relativa al Acuerdo sobre los ADPIC y la Salud Pública, IV Conferencia Ministerial de la OMC, 2001.
Author: Comunidad Andina, Secretaria General.

Development Co-operation, TRIPS, Indigenous Knowledge and Genetic Resources, 2001.
Author: Jonathan Hepburn / Report based on a seminar held by the Quaker United Nations Office.

Document de Discussion sur la Propriété Intellectuelle et l'écart des Connaissances, 2001.
Author: Oxfam International.

Draft Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health, 12.11.2001.
Author: WTO.

Droits de propriété intellectuelle, Sous-Commission de la promotion et de la protection des droits de l'homme, Rapport du Secrétaire Général, 2001.
Author: Internet des droits humains (IDH) / Bilan 2001, Le système des droits humains à l'ONU, Volume 1: Introduction, Rapports thématiques et annexes.

Ethique, propriété intellectuelle et génomique: la propriété intellectuelle dans le domaine du génome humain, 2001
Author: UNESCO / Colloque International, Paris, 30 janvier - 1 février 2001.

Geographical Indications and TRIPS, 2001
Author: M. Blakeney / Occasional Paper 8, Quakers United Nations Office (QUNO).

Globalization, Patents and Drugs: An Annotated Bibliography, 2001.
Author: WHO Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy / Health Economics and Drugs, EDM Series, N°10.

Globalization, TRIPS and Access to Medicines, 2001
Author: Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, WHO / Statement on the occasion of the 4th WTO Ministerial Conference, Doha, Qatar, 9 to 13 November 2001.

Globalization, TRIPS and Access to Pharmaceuticals, 2001
Author: WHO / WHO Policy Perspectives on Medicines.

Implementation of the TRIPS agreement by Developing Countries, 2001.
Author: P. Thorpe / Study Paper 7, The Commission on Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR).

International Protection of Developing Countries and Geographical Indications, 2001.
Author: S. Escudero / South Centre - Centre for International Environmental Law (CIEL) project.

Intellectual Property and the Knowledge Gap, 2001.
Author: Oxfam / Oxfam Discussion Paper prepared for the World Social Forum. Spanish

Intellectual Property Rights, Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, Report of the Secretary-General, 2001.
Author: Human Rights Internet / For the Record 2001, The United Nations Human Rights System, Volume 1.

Issues on the Relationship between E-commerce and Intellectual Property Rights in the WTO: Implications for Developing Countries, 2001.
Author: D. Vivas Eugui / South Centre - Centre for International Environmental Law (CIEL) project.

La Convention sur la Diversité Biologique et les Accords de Droit de Propriété Intellectuelle: Enjeux et Perspectives, 2001.
Author: Hélène Ilbert / Etude pour le Ministère de l'Aménagement et du Territoire, SOLAGRAL.

La Propriété Intellectuelle et l'écart des Connaissances, 2001.
Author: Oxfam International.

La globalización, el Acuerdo sobre los ADPIC y el acceso a los productos farmacéuticos, 2001.
Author: OMS/ Perspectivas Politicas sobre Medicamentos de la OMS.

Les droits relatifs à la propriété intellectuelle et la santé, 2001.
Authors: Diana Bronson et Lucie Lamarche en partenariat avec Fédération Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l’Homme, International NGO Committee on Human Rights in Trade and Investment Inter-American Platform for Human Rights, Democracy and Development / Un cadre de référence des droits humains pour le commerce dans les Amériques, Droits et Démocratie.

Les enjeux des droits de propriété intellectuelle sur le vivant dans les nouveaux pays industrialisés : le cas du Mexique, 2001.
Authors: Mounira Badro, Benoît Martimort-Asso et Nadia Karina Ponce Morales / Continentalisation, Cahier de recherche Vol. 1, N°6.

Los TRIPS van al Banquillo: El Impacto del Régimen de Patentes de la OMC Sobre los Campesinos del Mundo, los Pobres y los Países en Vías de Desarrollo, 2001.
Author: publicado por Action Aid, Berne Declaration, IATP, Misereor.

L'UE dépose à l'OMC des propositions concrètes destinées à clarifier les règles afin de faciliter l'accès des pays démunis aux médicaments , 2001.
Author: Délégation de la Communauté Européenne au Canada.

Manual de Medio Ambiente y Comercio, 2001.
Authors: Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente (UNEP) y el Instituto Internacional para el Desarrollo Sustentable (IISD).

Médicaments : assouplissement des brevets, 2001.
Author: Alpha Barry / Survivre au Sida.

Mondialisation, ADPIC et accès aux produits pharmaceutiques, 2001.
Author: OMS/ Perspectives Politiques de l'OMS sur les Médicaments .

Network for Monitoring the Impact of Globalization and TRIPS on Access to Medicines, 2001.
Author: WHO Meeting Report, 19-21 February 2001, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

No Consensus on New Round Despite Release of Pre-Doha Drafts, 2001.
Author: Editorial / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°8, October 2001.

Non-Violation Complaints and the TRIPS Agreement: Some Considerations for WTO Members, 2001.
Authors: M. Stilwell, E. Tuerck / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL).

Patent Law, TRIPS, and R&D Incentives: A Southern Perspective, 2001.
Author: Carlos M. Correa / CMH Working Paper Series, Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Paper N°WG2: 12.

Post-TRIPS Options for Access to Patented Medicines in Developing Countries, 2001.
Authors: F.M. Scherer, Jayashree Watal / CMH Working Paper Series, Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Paper N°WG4 : 1.

Preliminary Comments on Trips-Related Aspects of First Draft Ministerial Declaration and First Draft Decision on Implementation: Implications for Developing Countries, 2001.
Authors: M. Stilwell, D. Vivas Eugui / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL).

Protection of Intellectual Property in the World Trading System: the TRIPS Agreement and Developing Countries , 2001.
Author: K. Liebig / German Development Institute Briefing Paper, N°1.

Protection of Traditional Medicine, 2001.
Author: Richard Wilder / Commission on Macroeconomics and Health (CMH) Working Paper Series, Paper N°WG 4: 4.

“Re-pensando los TRIPS en el marco de la Organización Mundial de Comercio”, 2001.
Author: Cecilia Oh / Third World Network.

Report on Treatment of TRIPS in the WTO Draft Texts and the Responses of Developing Countries, 2001.
Author: Cecilia Oh / Third World Network.

Re: Public Comments on the Built-In Agenda at the WTO, 2001.
Author: S. Murphy / Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP).

Review of Article 27.3 (B), 2001.
Author: M. Stilwell / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL).

Review of the TRIPS Agreement: Fostering the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries, 2001.
Author: C. Correa / Third World Network (TWN).

Review of TRIPS article 27.3(b): Proposals submitted in the WTO, 2001.
Author: Jonathan Hepburn / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO).

Santé & Propriété Intellectuelle, 2001.
Author: Gumisai Mutume / Afrique Relance, La lutte contre le Sida en Afrique, Vol. 15, N°1.

Seeding Solutions: Volume 2 - Options for National Laws Governing Access To and Control Over Genetic Resources, 2001.
Author: The Crucible II Group / International Development Research Centre (IDRC).

The Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health: A Step in the Right Direction, 2001.
Author: Ellen't Hoen / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°9, November-December 2001.

The Effects of TRIPS - Mandated Intellectual Property Rights on Economic Activities in Developing Countries, 2001.
Author: William Lesser / Prepared under WIPO Special Service Agreements.

The International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources in the Context of TRIPS and the CBD, 2001.
Author: R. Lettington / BRIDGES, Vol. 5, N°6, July-August 2001.

The TRIPS Agreement, Access to Medicines, and the Doha Ministerial Conference, 2001.
Author: F.M. Abbott / Occasional Paper 7, Quaker United Nations Office ( QUNO).

Towards a full Review of the WTO's TRIPS Agreement under Article 71.1, 2001.
Authors: M. Stilwell, E. Tuerck / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL).

Towards TRIPS Compliance: South Africa’s Experience and Legislative Reforms, 2004.
Author: Rosemary A Wolson / ICSTD, ACTS and QUNO.

Trade-Offs and Trade Linkages: TRIPS in a Negotiating Context, 2001.
Author: Dr Drahos Peter / Notes of a talk given at Quaker House, Friends World Committee for Consultation, Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva, 12 September 2000.

Treatment of Biodiversity-Related Issues in the WTO: Preliminary Comments on the Revised Documents for the Doha Ministerial Conference, 2001.
Author: D. Vivas Eugui, E. Tuerck / South Centre - Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) project.

TRIPS and Development, 2001.
Author: Department for International Development / Trade Matters series, Background Briefing, Department for International Development (DFID), UK.

TRIPS and Health Emergencies, 2001.
Author: United States Trade Representative / USTR Background Paper.

TRIPS and Public Health, Opportunities for Doha, 2001.
Author: E. Herfkens / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°8, October 2001.

TRIPS and Public Health vs TRIPS and Pandemics?, 2001.
Author: Editorial / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°8, September 2001.

TRIPS and R&D Incentives in the Pharmaceutical Sector, 2001.
Author: Carlos M. Correa / CMH Working Paper Series, Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, Paper N°WG2: 11.

TRIPS and Rights: International Human Rights Law, Access to Medicines, and the Interpretation of the WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects on Intellectual Property, 2001.
Author: Richard Elliott / The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and AIDS Law Project, South Africa.

TRIPS and the CBD: What Language for the Ministerial Declaration?, 2001.
Author: F. Cannabrava / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 5, N°8, October 2001.

TRIPS: Consequences for Developing Countries, Implications for Swedish Development Cooperation, 2001.
Authors: Marie Byström, Peter Einarsson / Consultancy Report to the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

TRIPS Disputes: Implications for the Pharmaceutical Sector, 2001.
Author: C. Correa / Occasional Paper 5, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO).

"TRIPS-plus" through the back door, 2001.
Author: GRAIN in cooperation with South Asia Network for Food, Ecology and Culture (SANFEC).

"TRIPS-plus" entran por la puerta trasera, 2001.
Author: GRAIN in cooperation with South Asia Network for Food, Ecology and Culture (SANFEC).

Una mirada a los mecanismos que aumentan el control monopólico sobre la biodiversidad en América Latina, 2001.
Author: Flórez Margarita con la contribución de Isaac Rojas y Gaia/GRAIN.

What did developing countries get in Doha? Some QUNO assessments of the WTO Ministerial Conference, 2001.
Authors: Brewster Grace, Jonathan Hepburn / Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO).

What did Doha accomplish?, 2001.
Author: L. Gillespie-White / International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI).

Why biotech patents are patently absurd: scientific briefing on TRIPS and related issues, 2001.
Author: Mae Wan-Ho / ISIS-TWN Report, Institute of Science in Society (ISS).

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