Interpreting Trips: Globalisation of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines

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This is a complex book which addresses many issues apposite to the access to medicines from world agreements and organizations such as TRIPS and dispute settlements by the WTO. It has been very well researched and provides much food for thought for both those involved in institutional policy making and local people in need of easy access to medicines. Ruth Taplin Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2013 The strength of Interpreting TRIPS is that it provides a map to the global archipelago of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS)...Interpreting TRIPS provides a major contribution to world-class thinking in the field and the legal scholar is engaged by the book at multiple levels. The reader will acquire a thorough understanding of TRIPS critical to understanding the relevant policy debates when negotiating international cooperation... despite the doom and gloom surrounding the topic of poverty and access to medicines, Professor Yamane's international approach and optimism to interpreting TRIPS illuminates and informs as to the various attitudes and continuing international deliberations in various jurisdictions over intellectual property laws. She does a tremendous job in making the impact of TRIPS a much less daunting subject. Janice Denoncourt Intellectual Property Law and Practice, June 2012 Although readers may differ as to the degree to which they are persuaded by the author's thesis, they will value her book for the intellectual examination of the relationship between patent protections and access to medicines, and the incorporation of industrial policies to achieve innovation excellence. Reader's will appreciate Yamane's scholarship for highlighting the way in which IPRs can provide a foundation for building local efficiency models in pharmaceutical innovation for public welfare. Thaddeus Manu Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, Volume 2, Number 1 The readers of all backgrounds will be impressed with the comprehensiveness of her approach and the accuracy of her data, which may lead them to re-examine their own views on the issue of intellectual property protection. Junji Nakagawa Trade Journal, Tokyo, June 2011

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The strength of Interpreting TRIPS is that it provides a map to the global archipelago of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS). ...Interpreting TRIPS provides a major contribution to world-class thinking in the field and the legal scholar is engaged by the book at multiple levels. The reader will acquire a thorough understanding of TRIPS critical to understanding the relevant policy debates when negotiating international cooperation... despite the doom and gloom surrounding the topic of poverty and access to medicines, Professor Yamane's international approach and optimism to interpreting TRIPS illuminates and informs as to the various attitudes and continuing international deliberations in various jurisdictions over intellectual property laws. She does a tremendous job in making the impact of TRIPS a much less daunting subject. -- Janice Denoncourt Intellectual Property Law and Practice Although readers may differ as to the degree to which they are persuaded by the author's thesis, they will value her book for the intellectual examination of the relationship between patent protections and access to medicines, and the incorporation of industrial policies to achieve innovation excellence. Reader's will appreciate Yamane's scholarship for highlighting the way in which IPRs can provide a foundation for building local efficiency models in pharmaceutical innovation for public welfare -- Thaddeus Manu Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, Volume 2, Number 1 The readers of all backgrounds will be impressed with the comprehensiveness of her approach and the accuracy of her data, which may lead them to re-examine their own views on the issue of intellectual property protection. -- Junji Nakagawa Trade Journal, Tokyo, This is a complex book which addresses many issues apposite to the access to medicines from world agreements and organizations such as TRIPS and dispute settlements by the WTO. It has been very well researched and provides much food for thought for both those involved in institutional policy making and local people in need of easy access to medicines. -- Ruth Taplin Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, Volume 3, Issue 3

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