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    Journal of World Intellectual Property

    Journal of World Intellectual Property

    2000, Vol.3                2010, Vol.13

    2001, Vol.4                2011, Vol.14

    2002, Vol.5                2012, Vol.15

    2003, Vol.6                2013, Vol.16

    2004, Vol.7

    2005, Vol.8

    2006, Vol.9

    2007, Vol.10

    2008, Vol.11

    2009, Vol.12

     

     

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2000, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jayashree WATAL

    TRIPS and the 1999 WTO Millennium Round- Some Rejlections on Future Issues related to IPRS in the WTO and the Way Forward for Developing Countries

    N0.1

    pp. 3-29

    Robert L. HOEGLE, Christopher P. BOAM

    The Internet and Jurisdiction International Principles Emerge but Confrontation Looms

    N0.1

    pp. 31-50

    Oxana IATSYK

    Information Technology and Law in Russia Protecting Information under Russian LAW

    N0.1

    pp. 51-63

    Kevin J. DUNLEAVY, Milan M. VINNOLA

    A Comparative Review of the Patenting of Biotechnological Inventions in the United States and Europe

    N0.1

    pp. 65-76

    Daniel GERVAIS

    Electronic Rights Management Systems

    N0.1

    pp. 77-95

    Charles CLARK

    Net Law- A Cyberspace Agenda for Publishers: NETLAWF IVE

    N0.1

    pp. 97-144

    Annie S.T. TSOI

    Protection of Well- Known Trade Marks in China

    N0.1

    pp. 145-153

    Siddhartha PRAKASH

    WTO Rules- Do they Conserve or Threaten Biodiversity?

    N0.1

    pp. 155-165

    R.K. BURCH, P.J.D. SMITH, W.P. WHEATLEY

    Divergent Incentives to Protect Intellectual Property A Political Economy Analysis of North- South Welfare

    N0.2

    pp. 169-195

    Zewei YANG

    China and the International Protection of Copyright

    N0.2

    pp. 197-209

    Jai Prakash MISHRA

    Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Rights Implications for Indian Agriculture

    N0.2

    pp. 211-224

    John Mo

    The Mystery of Market Access

    N0.2

    pp. 225-247

    Yukyun "Harry" SHIN

    Protection and Border Enforcement of Trademarks in KoreaAiming High, but Still To Be Pursued

    N0.2

    pp. 249-264

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    The African Intellectual Property Organizations The Necessity $Adopting One Unijioomz Systemfor All Aficu

    N0.2

    pp. 265-288

    Laurence KATZ

    Jurisdiction and E- Commerce Disputes

    N0.2

    pp. 289-306

    Annette KUR

    Identical Marks Belonging to Different Owners in Different Countries (How) Can They Coexist in Cyberspace

    N0.2

    pp. 307-319

    Assafa ENDESHAW

    The Threat of Domain Names to the Trademark System

    N0.3

    pp. 323-342

    N. Ayse ODMAN

    Using TRIPSto Make the Innovation Process Work

    N0.3

    pp. 343-371

    Peter H. KANG, Brian E. MITCHELL

    Foreign Language Trademarks under U.S. Trademark Law Analysis and Impact in the Internet Economy

    N0.3

    pp. 372-381

    Aly K. ABU-AKEEL

    The Relationshp between Trade and Development, with Particular Reference to the Service Trade How the WTO may Benejit from Experience under the GATT

    N0.3

    pp. 382-420

    Hisamitsu ARAI

    Intellectual Property Policies for the Twenty- First Century TheJapanese Experience in Wealth Creation

    N0.3

    pp. 423-439

    Yasmine KAPLUN

    A Reluctant Europe follows in America s Footsteps along the Road to Software Protection

    N0.3

    pp. 441-447

    Ruwantissa I.R. ABEYRATNE

    Trademark Issues of Electronic Airline Ticketing

    N0.3

    pp. 449-461

    Yukyun Harry SHIN

    Protection and Enforcement of Copyright for Computer Software in Korea In Pursuit of a Knowledge- Based Society

    N0.4

    pp. 467-492

    Robert HOWSE

    The Canadian Generic Medicines Panel A Dangerous Precedent in Dangerous Times

    N0.4

    pp. 493-507

    Daniel J. GERVAIS

    The TRIPSA greement after Seattle Implementation and Dispute Settlement Issues

    N0.4

    pp. 509-523

    Benjamin G. DAVIS

    The New New Thing- Uniform Domain- Name Dispute- Resolution Policy of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

    N0.4

    pp. 525-554

    Kevin J. DUNLEAVY, Emerson V. BRIGGSI

    Tribunals uphold Patent Protection for Plant- Based Biotechnology Inventions in the United States and Europe

    N0.4

    pp. 555-559

    Lei WANG

    China's Anti- Dumping Law and its Implementation A Practitioner s Perspective

    N0.4

    pp. 561-576

    Orijit DAS

    Patenting and Ownership of Genes and Life Forms The Indian Perspective

    N0.4

    pp. 577-588

    Andres L. GUADAMUZ

    The Future of Technology Transfer in the Global Village

    N0.4

    pp. 589-602

    Xiaoqing FENG, Fang LIAO

    Copyright Damages in the People's Republic of China

    N0.5

    pp. 607-626

    Olivier CATTANEO

    The Interpretation of the TRIPSA greement Considerations for the WTO Panels and Appellate Body

    N0.5

    pp. 627-681

    Mario FRANZOSI

    Novelty and Non- Obviousness The Relevant Prior Art

    N0.5

    pp. 683-695

    Mark J. ABATE

    Patentability of Computer Software under U.S. Law

    N0.5

    pp. 697-704

    Ian Jay KAUFMAN

    Domain Names and the New Internet Governance

    N0.5

    pp. 705-716

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    The New OAPIA greement as Revised in February 1999 Complying with TRIPS

    N0.5

    pp. 717-735

    Dilip K. DAS

    An Action Agenda for the Next WTO Round A Post- Seattle Perspective

    N0.5

    pp. 737-773

     

    The First Steps Towards an Optional Protocol under the European Patent Convention on the Settlement of Litigation Concerning European Patents

    N0.5

    pp. 776-801

    Joseph STRAW

    Reversal of the Burden of Proof, the Principle of Fair and Equitable Procedures and Preliminary Injunctions under the TRIPSA greement

    N0.6

    pp. 807-823

    Lee Ann JACKSON

    Agricultural Biotechnology and the Privatization of Genetic Information Implications for Innovation and Equity

    N0.6

    pp. 825-848

    Yun ZHAO

    A Dispute Resolution Mechanism for Cybersquatting

    N0.6

    pp. 849-865

    Gail E. EVANS

    A Preliminary Excursion into TRIPS and Non- Violation Complaints

    N0.6

    pp. 867-888

    Richard P. ROZEK

    The Effects of Compulsory Licensing on Innovation and Access to Health Care

    N0.6

    pp. 889-917

    Yukyun Harry SHIN

    An Analysis of the Copyright Protection Regime of Korea In Pursuit Of a New Open- Trading Economy

    N0.6

    pp. 919-953

    Edwini KESSIE

    Enforceability of the Legal Provisions Relating to Special and Differential Treatment under the WTO Agreements

    N0.6

    pp. 955-975

    Georgios I. ZEKOS

    Personal Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in Cyberspace Transactions

    N0.6

    pp. 977-1016

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2001, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jai Prakash MISHRA

    Intellectual Property Rights and Food Security The Effuacy of International Initiatives

    N0.1

    pp. 5-25

    Monique A. MORNEAULT, Bradley F. RADEMAKER

    A Maze of Laws and Exceptions Examples of Novelty around the World

    N0.1

    pp. 27-32

    John Mo

    Reform of the Patent System of the PRC after WTO

    N0.1

    pp. 33-89

    Ituku ELANCBI OTOY

    Potential and Substantial Benefits of the TRIPS Agreement to the Member Countries of the African Intellectual Property Organization in the Patent Field An African s Perspective

    N0.1

    pp. 91-103

    Chiang Ling LI

    The People's Republic of China Domain- Name Regulatory Regime

    N0.1

    pp. 105-135

    Xiang Yu

    The Second Amendment of the Chinese Patent Law and the Comparison between the New Patent Law and TRIPS

    N0.1

    pp. 137-155

    N.S. GOPALAKRISHNAN

    An "Effective" Sui Generis Law to Protect Plant Varieties and Fanners Rights in India

    N0.1

    pp. 157-172

    Dara WILLIAMS

    Developing TRIPS Jurisprudence The First Six Years and Beyond

    N0.2

    pp. 177-209

    Philippe CULLET

    Property Rights over Biological Resources India's Proposed Legislative Framework

    N0.2

    pp. 211-230

    Johann PITZ

    Exhaustion of Industrial Property fights from the German Perspective

    N0.2

    pp. 231-241

    Clauda OROZCO

    The WTO Solution The Advisory Centre on WTO Law

    N0.2

    pp. 245-249

    Carlos M. CORREA

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- TRIPS Rulings and the Developing Countries

    N0.2

    pp. 251-255

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- THPS Rulings and the Developing Countries

    N0.2

    pp. 257-270

    Richard P. ROZEK

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- TRIPS Rulings and the Developing Countries: Prospects after Seattle

    N0.2

    pp. 271-275

    Robert HOWSE

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- Trade, Environment and the Role of the NGOS

    N0.2

    pp. 277-280

    Reinhard QUICK

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- Trade, Environment and the Role of the NGOS

    N0.2

    pp. 281-285

    Gary N. HORLICK

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- Compliance with WTO Rulings and other Procedural Problems

    N0.2

    pp. 287-289

    David PACMETER

    The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism- Compliance with WTO Rulings and other Procedural Problems

    N0.2

    pp. 291-294

     

    Resolution No. 2/ 2000 of the International Law Association on International Trade Law on TRIPS

    N0.2

    pp. 295-301

    Paul VANDOREN

    The TRIPS Agreement: A Rising Star?

    N0.3

    pp. 307-322

    Arvind SUBRAMANIAN

    The AIDS Crisis, Differential Pricing of Drugs, and the TRIPSA greement Two Proposals

    N0.3

    pp. 323-336

    Somesh K. MATHUR

    Domestic Challenges and the TRIPS Agreement The Way Forwardfor India

    N0.3

    pp. 337-347

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    New Options for African Countries regarding Protection for New Varieties of Plants

    N0.3

    pp. 349-371

    Jai S. MAH

    Injury and Causation in the WTO Agreement on Safeguards

    N0.3

    pp. 373-382

    Ruwantissa I.R. ABEYRATNE

    Trade- Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in a Liberalized Air Transport Industry

    N0.3

    pp. 383-401

    Sheldon BURSHTEIN

    Intellectual Property and Technology Due Diligence in Business Transactions (Part 1)

    N0.3

    pp. 403-458

    Richard P. ROZEK, Renee L. RAINEY

    Broad- Based Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Technologies Unsound Public Policy

    N0.4

    pp. 463-480

    Carlos M. CORREA

    Pro- Competitive Measures under the TRIPS Agreement to Promote Technology Diffusion in Developing Countries

    N0.4

    pp. 481-496

    Ian MACINTOSH

    E- Commerce under the GATS Implications for International Internet Charging

    N0.4

    pp. 497-511

    Sheldon BURSHTEIN

    Intellectual Property and Technology Due Diligence in Business Transactions (Part 2)

    N0.4

    pp. 513-548

    Ivor D. MOGOLLON-ROJAS

    The New Andean Pact Decision No. 486 on the Common Industrial Rights Regime Complying with TRIPS Regulations

    N0.4

    pp. 549-555

    Ernesto HERNANDEZ-LOPEZ

    Trade in Electronic Commerce Services under the WTO The Need to Clearly Classify Electronic Transmissions as Services and Not Tariff-Liable

    N0.4

    pp. 557-580

    Anil SAMTANI, Yin Yin Joanna GOK, Boon Shiang GUE, Su Li Gina TAN

    Software Piracy in Singapore

    N0.4

    pp. 581-604

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    Public Interest Versus the Pharmaceutical Industry's Monopoly in South Africa

    N0.5

    pp. 609-627

    Michael BLAKENEY

    Proposals for the International Regulation of Geographical Indications

    N0.5

    pp. 629-652

    Matthias U. STUDER

    The Quest for Legal Protection of Databases in the Digital Age Recent Developments with Focus on the United States

    N0.5

    pp. 653-702

    David VIVAS-EUGUI

    Negotiations on Geographical Indications in the TRIPS Council and their Effect on the WTO Agricultural Negotiations

    N0.5

    pp. 703-728

    Ignacio DE LEON

    The Enforcement of Competition Policy on Intellectual Property and its Implications on Economic Development The Latin Americun Experience

    N0.5

    pp. 729-740

    Christopher ARUP

    Lawyers for China The Impact of Membership of the World Trade Organization on Legal Services and LAW in China

    N0.5

    pp. 741-765

    Feli MARTINEZ

    Towards a Patent Reform in Europe

    N0.5

    pp. 767-786

    Peter DRAHOS

    BITS and BIPS Bilateralism in Intellectual Property

    N0.6

    pp. 791-808

    Qingjiang KONG

    The Judicial Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in China On the Eve of WTO Accession

    N0.6

    pp. 809-825

    Xiaoqing FENG, Jiaqi LIU

    A Review of Recent Developments in Patent Law in the People's Republic of China

    N0.6

    pp. 827-869

    John Mo

    Protection of Plant Varieties in China

    N0.6

    pp. 871-904

    George S.A. SZABO

    TRIPS and the Question of Invisible Process Infringement Relevant Litigations in Hungary

    N0.6

    pp. 905-918

    Chiang Ling LI

    Recent Chinese Patent Reform

    N0.6

    pp. 919-945

    Ida Madieha AZMI, Rokiah ALAVI

    TRIPS, Patents, Technology Transfer, Foreign Direct Investment and the Pharmaceutical Industry in Malaysia

    N0.6

    pp. 947-976

    Georgios I. ZEKOS

    Electronic Bills of Lading and Negotiability

    N0.6

    pp. 977-1015

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2002, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Paul VANDOREN

    Clarification of the Relationship between TRIPS and Public Health resulting from the WTO Doha Ministerial Declaration

    N0.1

    pp. 5-14

    Frederick M. ABBOTT

    The TRIPS Agreement, Access to Medicines, and the WTO Doha Ministerial Conference

    N0.1

    pp. 15-52

    Daya SHANKER

    Brazil, the Pharmaceutical Industry and the WTO

    N0.1

    pp. 53-104

    Andrew CHRISTIE

    The ICANN Domain- Name Dispute Resolution System as a Model for Resolvingkher Intellectual Property Disputes on the Internet

    N0.1

    pp. 105-117

    Christopher Mariot KALANJE

    Intellectual Property, Foreign Direct Investment and the Least- Developed Countries

    N0.1

    pp. 119-128

    Andres GUADAMUZ

    The "New Sharing Ethic" in Cyberspace

    N0.1

    pp. 129-139

    Matthias HERDEGEN

    Patents on Parts of the Human Body Salient Issues under EC and WTO LAW

    N0.2

    pp. 145-155

    Beatrice CHAYTOR, Richard GERSTER, Theresa HERZOG

    The Convention on Biological Diversity Exploring the Creation of a Mediation Mechanism

    N0.2

    pp. 157-180

    Chiang Ling LI

    Network Copyright Rules in the People s Republic of China

    N0.2

    pp. 181-217

    Yong-Shik LEE

    The Specific Safeguard Mechanism in the Protocol on China's Accession to the WTO A Serious Step Backward from the Achievement of the Uruguay Round

    N0.2

    pp. 219-231

    Georgios I. ZEKOS

    Issues of Intellectual Property in Cyberspace

    N0.2

    pp. 233-272

    Tshimanga KONGOLO

    Are Well- Known Marks Well Known in African Countries?

    N0.2

    pp. 273-289

    Hong Xue

    The TRIPS Agreement and the Second Revision of the Chinese Trademark Law

    N0.2

    pp. 291-309

    Daya SHANKER

    India, the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Validity of TRIPS

    N0.3

    pp. 315-371

    Irene MUSSELLI, Simonetta ZARILLI

    Non- Trade Concerns and the WTO Jurisprudence in the Asbestos Case Possible Relevance for International Trade in Genetically Modified Organisms

    N0.3

    pp. 373-393

    Annie S.T. TSOI

    A New Era for PRC Trade- Mark Protection The 2001 Amendments and the TRIPS Agreement

    N0.3

    pp. 395-404

    Scott ANDERSEN, Christian LAU

    Hedging Hopes with Fears in China s Accession to the World Trade Organization The Transitional Special- Product Safeguard for Chinese Exports

    N0.3

    pp. 405-476

    Doaa ABDEL MOTAAL

    The Observership of Intergovernmental Organizations in the WTO, Post- Doha Is there Political Will to Bridge the Divide?

    N0.3

    pp. 477-489

    Chiang Ling LI

    The New PRC Regulation for the Protection of Computer Software

    N0.3

    pp. 491-499

    Domenico SINDICO

    On Parallel Importation, TRIPS and European Court of Justice Decisions

    N0.4

    pp. 505-516

    Miquel MONTANA

    The Dawn of a Spanish Doctrine of Equivalents

    N0.4

    pp. 517-534

    Ivor D. MOGOLLON-ROJAS

    The Preservation of Local Biodiversity Inheritance and Indigenous People s Knowledge Proprietorship in the Venezuelan and Andean Community Legislation

    N0.4

    pp. 535-543

    Arun Chandra

    Protecting Business Methods in the United States

    N0.4

    pp. 545-563

    Saadia M. PEKKANEN

    Japan's Legal Actions in the GATT/ WTO System

    N0.4

    pp. 565-589

    Nick M. COVELLI, Rajeev SHARMA

    Due Process, Judcial Economy and Procedural Rights Non- Disputing Member Participation in WTO Disputes

    N0.4

    pp. 591-611

    Hazel O KEEFFE, John GAFFNEY

    The Copyright and Related Rights Act, 2000 Ireland complies with its International Obligations

    N0.4

    pp. 613-629

    Ruwantissa I.R. ABEYRATNE

    Intellectual Property Rights and Privacy Issues The Aviation Experience in API and Biometric Identijcation

    N0.4

    pp. 631-650

    Hannah E. KETTLER

    Using Intellectual Property Regimes to Meet Global Health R&D Needs

    N0.4

    pp. 655-683

    Sivaramjani THAMBISETTY

    Patents and Human Genome Research in Developing Countries Problems and Proposals

    N0.5

    pp. 685-723

    N.S. GOPALAKRISHNAN

    Protection of Traditional Knowledge The Need for a Sui Generis Law in India

    N0.5

    pp. 725-742

    Xiaoqing FENG, Yanliang WEI

    Internationalization of the Copyright System and the 2001 Amendment of the Copyright Law of the People s Republic of China

    N0.5

    pp. 743-763

    Peter DRAHOS

    Developing Countries and International Intellectual Property Standard- Setting

    N0.5

    pp. 765-789

    ANIL SAMTANI, Joab SOH Wai Kiong, Lawrence LEE Hock Young, Agnes CHUA Bee Neo

    Copyright Infringement in Universities in Singapore Problems and Possi 6 le Solutions

    N0.5

    pp. 791-821

    Enyinna S. NWAUCHE

    Prior Use and Registration of Designs in Nigeria

    N0.5

    pp. 823-829

    Jacques H.J. BOURGEOIS, Thaddeus J. BURNS

    Implementing Paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health The Waiver Solution

    N0.6

    pp. 835-864

    Felix ADDOR, Alexandra GRAZIOLI

    Geographical Indications beyond Wines and Spirits A Roadmap for a Better Protection for Geographical Indications in the WTO/ T RIPAS greement

    N0.6

    pp. 865-897

    Graham DUTFIELD

    Sharing the Benefits of Biodiversity Is there a Role for the Patent System?

    N0.6

    pp. 899-931

    Philip GORDON

    Keeping Pace with Counterfeiters

    N0.6

    pp. 965-979

    Estelle DERCLAYE

    What is a Database? A Critical Analysis of the Definition Of a Database in the European Database Directive and Suggestions for an International Definition

    N0.6

    pp. 981-1012

    Sven J.R. BOSTYN

    A European Perspective on the Ideal Scope of Protection and the Disclosure Requirement for Biotechnological Inventions in a Harmonised Patent System The Quest for the Holy Grail

    N0.6

    pp. 1013-1046

    Susanna H.S. LEONG

    Legal Protection of Factual Compilations and Databases Re- thinking the Copyright Protection Model in Singapore

    N0.6

    pp. 1047-1068

    Romano SUBIOTTO, Claudia ANNACKER

    Free Movement of Goods and the Protection of Trademarks Current Issues Concerning Repackaging, Relabelling and Rebranding in EC Law

    N0.6

    pp. 933-964

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2003, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    E. Richard GOLD, Danial K. LAM

    Balancing Trade in Patents Public Non- Commercial Use and Compulsory Licensing

    N0.1

    pp. 5-31

    Xiangzhuang SUN

    Domain Names and Trademarks A Study of cyberspace Regulation in China

    N0.1

    pp. 33-63

    Somesh K. MATHUR

    Trade- Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright Provisions Some Issues with Special Reference to Developing Countries

    N0.1

    pp. 65-99

    Enyinna S. NWAUCHE

    An Evaluation of the African Regional Intellectual Property Right Systems

    N0.1

    pp. 101-138

    Lucas R. ARRIVILLAGA

    An International Standard of Protection for Test Data Submitted to Authorities to Obtain Marketing Authorization for Drugs

    N0.1

    pp. 139-154

    Daya SHANKER

    Legitimacy and the TRIPS Agreement

    N0.1

    pp. 155-189

    Shyamkrishna BALGANESH

    Systems of Protection for Geographical Indications of Origin A Review Ofthe Indian Regulatory Framework

    N0.1

    pp. 191-205

    Shari L. BOYD, William A. KERR, Nicholas PERDIKIS

    Agricultural Biotechnology Innovations versus Intellectual Property Rights Are Developing Countries at the Mercy of Multinationals?

    N0.2

    pp. 211-232

    Mario FRANZOSI

    Non- Obviousness

    N0.2

    pp. 233-250

    Lihua YANG, Xaoqing FENG

    The Restoration of Private Right The New Chinese Trademark Law and its Implementing Regulations

    N0.2

    pp. 251-282

    Sandra BARTELT

    Compulsory Licences Pursuant to TRIPS Article 31 in the Light of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health

    N0.2

    pp. 283-310

    W. Bradnee CHAMBERS

    Emerging International Rules on the Commercialization of Genetic Resources The FAO International Plant Genetic Treaty and CBD Bonn Guidelines

    N0.2

    pp. 311-328

    Theo PAPADOPOULOS

    The Economic Case against Copyright Owner Control over Parallel Imports The Market for Sound Recordings

    N0.2

    pp. 329-357

    Hong XUE

    The Latest Developments in Chinese Software Protection

    N0.2

    pp. 359-372

    Tshmanga KONGOLO

    TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and Public Health

    N0.2

    pp. 373-378

    Eric NOEHRENBERG

    TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and Public Health

    N0.2

    pp. 379-383

    Thomas COTTIER

    TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and Public Health

    N0.2

    pp. 385-388

    Faizel ISMAIL

    The Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health and the Negotiations in the WTO on Paragraph 6 why Phrma Needs to join the Consensus!

    N0.3

    pp. 393-401

    Daniel GERVAIS

    TRIPS, Doha and Traditional Knowledge

    N0.3

    pp. 403-419

    Marco M. SLOTBOOM

    The Exhaustion of Intellectual Property Rights Different Approaches in EC and WTO LAW

    N0.3

    pp. 421-440

    Gavin GOH

    Precaution, Science and Sovereignty Protecting Life and Health under the WTO Agreements

    N0.3

    pp. 441-471

    Adebambo ADEWOPO

    Trademark Systems in Africa A Proposal for the Harmonisution of the ARIPO and the OAPI Agreements on Marks

    N0.3

    pp. 473-484

    David VIVASE UGUI, Christoph SPENNEMANN

    Some Reflections on an International Convention on the Banning of Human Cloning and Related Patents

    N0.3

    pp. 485-505

    Victor F. RODRIGUEZ

    Stimuli to Adopt and Enforce Patent Systems in Argentina and Canada in the Multilateral Trade Framework

    N0.3

    pp. 507-523

    Klaus STEGEMANN, Bohumir PAZDERKA

    The TRIPS Agreement as an Alliance for Knowledge Production The Funding of Pharmaceutical Innovation

    N0.4

    pp. 529-570

    Peter ROTT

    Genetically Modified Products and Consumer Concerns under WTO Law

    N0.4

    pp. 571-591

    Jiarui LIU

    Preserving Originality in Cyberspace What China can Learnfrom the United States and the European Union about Database Protection

    N0.4

    pp. 593-610

    George G. DJOLOV

    Patents, Price Controls, and Pharmaceuticals Considerations from Political Economy

    N0.4

    pp. 611-631

    Deli YANG, Mahmut SONMEZ

    The WTO and Trademark Development in China

    N0.4

    pp. 633-653

    Stanley P. KOWALSKI

    Agncultural Biotechnology in China An Unreachable Goal?

    N0.4

    pp. 655-663

    Qingliang KONG

    Japanese Chauvinism or Chinese Nationalism? Protection of Intellectual Property in China and its Implications for Sino- Japanese Economic Relations

    N0.4

    pp. 669-676

    Bernard O CONNOR

    Protecting Traditional Knowledge An Overview of a Developing Area of Intellectual Property Law

    N0.5

    pp. 677-698

    William van CAENEGEM

    Registered Geographical Indications Between Intellectual Property and Rural Policy- Part I

    N0.5

    pp. 699-719

    Peter H. KANG, Clark S. STONE

    IP, Trade, and U.S./ Singapore Relations Significant Intellectual Property Provisions of the 2003 U.S.- Singapore Free Trade Agreement

    N0.5

    pp. 721-731

    Daniel R. PETROLIA

    Strategic Behaviour between Countries in a Two- Period Uncertain Monopoly

    N0.5

    pp. 733-743

    Ida Madieha bt. Abdul Ghani AZMI

    TRIPS Compliance in Malaysia The Legislative Response

    N0.5

    pp. 745-761

    Marcelin M. TONYE

    Sui Generis Systems for the Legal Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Biogenetic Resources in Cameroon and South Africa

    N0.5

    pp. 763-774

    Carlos M. CORREA

    The Access Regime and the Implementation of the FAO International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture in the Andean Group Countries

    N0.6

    pp. 795-806

    Paul VANDOREN, Jean Charles Van EECKHAUTE

    The WTO Decision on Paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health

    N0.6

    pp. 779-793

    Richard P. ROZEK, Emily R. BISHKO

    Investment Incentives created by the Montreal Protocol and FDA Policy on Albuterol

    N0.6

    pp. 807-825

    Guido WESTKAMP

    TRIPS Principles, Reciprocity and the Creation of Sui- Generis- Type Intellectual Property Rights for New Forms of Technology

    N0.6

    pp. 827-859

    William VAN CAENEGEM

    Registered Geographical Indications Between Intellectual Property and Rural Policy- Purt II

    N0.6

    pp. 861-874

    Muriel LIGHTBOURNE

    Of Rice and Men An Attempt to Assess the Basmati Affair

    N0.6

    pp. 875-894

    Haochen SUN

    Re- Thinking the Chinese Copyright Law in the Digital Age

    N0.6

    pp. 895-920

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2004, Vol.7

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    number

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    R. Anthony REESE

    Copyright Term Extension and the Scope of Congressional Copyright Power Eldrea v. Ashcroft

    N0.1

    pp. 5-33

    Grant E. ISAAC, William A. Kerr

    Bioprospecting or Biopiracy? Intellectual Property and Traditional Knowledge in Biotechnology Innovation

    N0.1

    pp. 35-52

    Ngo Van LAM, Thitapha WATTANAPRUTTIPAISAN

    Intellectual Property Rights and Enterprise Development in ASEAN

    N0.1

    pp. 53-97

    K.M. GOPAKUMAR

    The WTO Deal on Cheap Drugs A Critique

    N0.1

    pp. 99-113

    Ituku ELANGI BOTOY

    From the Paris Convention to the TRIPS Agreement A One- Hundred- and- Twelve- Year Transitional Period for the In dustrialized Countries

    N0.1

    pp. 115-130

    Jakob CORNIDES

    Human Rights and Intellectual Property Coflict Or Convergence?

    N0.2

    pp. 135-167

    Nick GALLUS

    The Mystery of Pharmaceutical Parallel Trade and Developing Countries

    N0.2

    pp. 169-183

    Tshimanga Kongolo

    Compulsory Licence Issues in African Arab Countries

    N0.2

    pp. 185-199

    Taiwo A. Oriola

    Electronic Database Protection and the Limits of Copyright: What Options for Developing Countries?

    N0.2

    pp. 201-228

    Daphne Zografos

    The Legal Protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions: The Tunisian Example

    N0.2

    pp. 229-242

    Jacques Werner

    The 10th Geneva Global Arbitration Forum: Settling Disputes on a Shrinking Planet

    N0.2

    pp. 243-243

    Daniel Gervais

    Arbitration concerning Intellectual Property Rights: A Key to the Success of the Doha Round

    N0.2

    pp. 245-247

    Sisule F. Musungu

    Intellectual Property and Public Health: Will it be Peace or War?

    N0.2

    pp. 249-252

    Eric Noehrenberg

    Intellectual Property and Public Health: Will it be Peace or War?

    N0.2

    pp. 253-256

    Philippe Cullet

    Intellectual Property Rights and Food Security in the South

    N0.3

    pp. 261-286

    Jose Manuel Cortes Martin

    The Wto Trips Agreement: The Battle between the Old and the New World over the Protection of Geographical Indications

    N0.3

    pp. 287-326

    Assafa Endeshaw

    Reconfiguring Intellectual Property for the Information Age: Towards Information Property?

    N0.3

    pp. 327-364

    Daya Shanker

    The Paragraph 6 Solution of the Doha Public Health Declaration and Export under the Trips Agreement

    N0.3

    pp. 365-400

    David J. Faye

    Bioprospecting, Genetic Patenting and Indigenous Populations: Challenges under a Restructured Information Commons

    N0.3

    pp. 401-428

    Paul Kuruk

    Bridging the Gap between Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights: Is Reciprocity an Answer?

    N0.3

    pp. 429-446

    Martin A. Girsberger

    Transparency Measures under Patent Law regarding Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Disclosure of Source and Evidence of Prior Informed Consent and Benefit- Sharing

    N0.4

    pp. 451-489

    Joel Davidow

    Liberalization of Antitrust Rules for IP Licensing: Global Trends and Unresolved Issues

    N0.4

    pp. 491-500

    Jane BULLBROOK

    Geographical Indications within GATT

    N0.4

    pp. 501-522

    Marcelo Dias Varella

    The Wto, Intellectual Property and Aids: Case Studies from Brazil and South Africa

    N0.4

    pp. 523-547

    Laura J. Loppacher, William A. Ker

    Integrating China's Biotechnology Industry into Global Knowledge Creation: Intellectual Property Protection is the Key

    N0.4

    pp. 549-562

    Elena Ghanotakis

    How the U.S. Interpretation of Flexibilities Inherent in Trips affects Access to Medicines for Developing Countries

    N0.4

    pp. 563-591

    Biswajit Dhar, R.V. Anuradha

    Access, Benefit- Sharing and Intellectual Property Rights

    N0.5

    pp. 597-639

    Cary Fowler, Geoffrey Hawtin, Rodomiro ORTIZ, Masa Iwanaga, Jan Engels

    The Question of Derivatives: Promoting Use and Ensuring Availability of Non- Proprietary Plant Genetic Resources

    N0.5

    pp. 641-663

    Vandana SHIVA

    TRIPSH, uman Rights and the Public Domain

    N0.5

    pp. 665-673

    M. Rafiqul Islam

    The Generic Drug Deal of the Wto from Doha to Cancun: A Peripheral Response to a Perennial Conundrum

    N0.5

    pp. 675-692

    Georgios I. ZEKOS

    Developments on Business Method Patents

    N0.5

    pp. 693-709

    Padmashree Gehl Sampath

    Intellectual Property Rights on Traditional Medicinal Knowledge: A Process- Oriented Perspective

    N0.5

    pp. 711-737

    Gionathan Curci, Massimo Vittori

    Improving Access to Life-Saving Patented Drugs: Between Compulsory Licensing and Differential Pricing

    N0.5

    pp. 739-760

    Surinder Kaur Verma

    Protecting Traditional Knowledge Is a Sui Generis System an Answer!

    N0.6

    pp. 765-805

    C. Ford Runge

    Enclosure, Intellectual Property and Life- Sciences Research

    N0.6

    pp. 807-827

    David PRICE

    The US.- Bahrain Free Trade Agreement and Intellectual Property Protection

    N0.6

    pp. 829-850

    Rachel Wynberg

    Rhetoric, Realism and Benefit- Sharing: Use of Traditional Knowledge of Hoodia Species in the Development of an Appetite Suppressant

    N0.6

    pp. 851-876

    Ida Madieha bt. Abdul Ghani AZMI

    The Protection of Plant Varieties in Malaysia

    N0.6

    pp. 877-890

    Ramesh Bikram Karky

    Nepal's Accession to the World Trade Organization: Legislative Enactments in Compliance with the Trips Agreement

    N0.6

    pp. 891-918

    Marisella OUMA

    Copyright and the Music Industry in Africa

    N0.6

    pp. 919-932

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2005, Vol.8

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    Title

    number

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    Jeremy DEBEER

    Reconciling Property Rights in Plants

    N0.1

    pp. 5-31

    Dilip K. DAS

    Intellectual Property Rights and the Doha Round

    N0.1

    pp. 33-52

    Mohammed El-Said

    The Road from Trips- Minus, to Trips, to Trips- Plus: Implications of Iprs for the Arab World

    N0.1

    pp. 53-65

    Karin TIMMEMANS

    Intertwining Regmes: Trade, Intellectual Property and Regulatory Requirements for Pharmaceuticals

    N0.1

    pp. 67-74

    Emmanuel Opoku Awuku

    Biotechnology, lntellectual Property Rights and the Rights of Farmers in Developing Countries

    N0.1

    pp. 75-82

    Susy Frankel

    Third- Party Trade Marks as a Violation of Indigenous Cultural Property : A New Statutory Safeguard

    N0.1

    pp. 83-98

    Paul VANDOREN, Patrick RAVILLARD

    A New EC Initiative to Allow Export of Medicines under Compulsory Licences to Poor Countries

    N0.2

    pp. 103-121

    Ingo Meitinger

    Implementation of Test Data Protection According to Article 39.3 Trips: The Search for a Fair Interpretation of the Term Unfair Commercial Use

    N0.2

    pp. 123-139

    Susan Kling Finston

    The Relevance of Genetic Resources to the Pharmaceutical Industry: The Industry Viewpoint

    N0.2

    pp. 141-155

    Bohumir Pazderka, Klaus Stegemann

    Pharmaceutical Innovation as a Collective Action Problem: An Application of the Economic Theory of Alliances

    N0.2

    pp. 157-191

    Suzanne L.W. Wisniewski

    Effects of Foreign Intellectual Property Rights on U.S. Bilateral Exports of Biotechnology- Related Agncultural Inputs

    N0.2

    pp. 193-210

    Assafa ENDESHAW

    Asian Perspectives on Post- TRIPS Issues in Intellectual Property

    N0.2

    pp. 211-235

    Zakir Thomas

    Common Heritage to Common Concern Preserving a Heritage and Sharing Knowledge

    N0.3

    pp. 241-270

    Olena V. Antonyuk, William A. Kerr

    Meeting Trips Commitments in Ukraine: An Important Challenge in the Quest for WTO Accession

    N0.3

    pp. 271-282

    Rajeswari Kanniah

    Plant Variety Protection in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand

    N0.3

    pp. 283-310

    Morten Walloe Tvedt

    How Will a Substantive Patent Law Treaty Affect the Public Domain for Genetic Resources and Biological Material?

    N0.3

    pp. 311-344

    P.P. Kihwelo

    Indigenous Knowledge: What Is It? How and Why Do We Protect It?: The Case of Tanzania

    N0.3

    pp. 345-359

    E.S. Nwauche

    African Countries' Access to Knowledge and the Wipo Digital Treaties

    N0.3

    pp. 361-382

    Rajesh SAGAR

    Intellectual Property, Benefit- Sharing and Traditional Knowledge: How Effective Is the Indian Biological Diversity Act, 2002?

    N0.3

    pp. 383-400

    Aubin de Perthuis, Paul Van den Bulck

    Software Protection in China: Towards Better Days?

    N0.4

    pp. 405-444

    Hans Morten HAUGEN

    Intellectual Property- Rights or Privileges?

    N0.4

    pp. 445-457

    Nahoko ONO

    In Search of Positive Developments in International Intellectual Property Policy: Intellectual Property Litigation System Reform in Japan

    N0.4

    pp. 459-498

    J. David LIVINGSTON

    World- Wide Idea Regstration in a Global Idea Bank Is a sine qua non to Protect Present Intellectual Property Ideas for Posterity

    N0.4

    pp. 499-516

    Razvan Dinca

    The "Bermuda Triangle" of Pharmaceutical Law: Is Data Protection a Lost Ship?

    N0.4

    pp. 517-563

    Md. Golam ROBBANI

    Trade- Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights and Least Developed Countries

    N0.4

    pp. 565-573

    Marco BRONCKERS, Petr ONDRUSEK

    Protection of Regulatory Data in the EU and WTO Law: The Example of REACH

    N0.5

    pp. 579-598

    Johanna von Braun, Meir P. PUGATCH

    The Changing Face of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Intellectual Property Rights

    N0.5

    pp. 599-623

    Ngo Van Lam, Thitapha Wattanapruttipaisan

    Intellectual Property Creation as Invention Patents for Development and Competitiveness in ASEAN

    N0.5

    pp. 625-661

    Hans Morten HAUGEN

    Traditional Knowledge and Human Rights

    N0.5

    pp. 663-677

    S.K. SOAM

    Analysis of Prospective Geographical Indications of India

    N0.5

    pp. 679-705

    Zakir THOMAS

    Agricultural Biotechnology and Proprietary Rights: Challenges and Policy Options

    N0.6

    pp. 711-734

    Kung-Chung LIU

    Interface between IP and Competition Law in Taiwan

    N0.6

    pp. 735-760

    MENESCAL, Andrea Koury

    Changing WIPO'S Ways?: The 2004 Development Agenda in Historical Perspective

    N0.6

    pp. 761-796

    Yong Jian Wang

    Further Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in the Wto: Linking Transfer of Technology with Foreign Direct Investment

    N0.6

    pp. 797-808

    Marcelin Mahop Tonye

    Biodiversity Regulatory Options: Involvement of Rural Communities in Decision- Making Processes in South Africa

    N0.6

    pp. 809-824

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2006, Vol.9

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    Title

    number

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    Hong Xue

    Territorialism versus Universalism: International Intellectual Property Law in the Internationalized Domain Name System

    N0.1

    pp. 1-24

    Claudio Chiarolla

    Commodifying Agricultural Biodiversity and Development- Related Issues

    N0.1

    pp. 25-60

    Mahesh Madhavan

    Copyright versus Database Right of Protection in the UK: The Bioinformatics Bone of Contention

    N0.1

    pp. 61-90

    Bongo Adi

    Intellectual Property Rights in Biotechnology and the Fate of Poor Farmers Agriculture

    N0.1

    pp. 91-112

    Georgios I. Zekos

    Patenting Abstract Ideas in Nanotechnology

    N0.1

    pp. 113-136

    Carlos M. Correa

    Considerations on the Standard Material Transfer Agreement Under the FAO Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture

    N0.2

    pp. 137-165

    Harsh V. Chandola

    Basmati Rice: Geographical Indication or Mis- Indication

    N0.2

    pp. 166-188

    Morten Walloe Tvedt

    Elements for Legislation in User Countries to Meet the Fair and Equitable Benefit- Sharing Commitment

    N0.2

    pp. 189-212

    Bashar H. Malkawi

    The Intellectual Property Provisions of the United States- Jordan Free Trade Agreement: Template or Not Template

    N0.2

    pp. 213-229

    Tobias Bender

    How to Cope with China's (Alleged) Failure to Implement the TRIPS Obligations on Enforcement

    N0.2

    pp. 230-250

    Alois Leidwein

    Protection of Traditional Knowledge Associated with Biological and Genetic Resources. General Legal Issues and Measures Already Taken by the European Union and its Member States in the Field of Agriculture and Food Production

    N0.3

    pp. 251-275

    Asuncion Esteve

    Patent Protection of Computer- Implemented Inventions Vis- A- Vis Open Source Software

    N0.3

    pp. 276-300

    Muhammad Amanullah

    Author's Copyright: An Islamic Perspective

    N0.3

    pp. 301-315

    Robin Ramcharan

    Singapore's Emerging Knowledge Economy: Role of Intellectual Property and its Possible Implications for Singaporean Society

    N0.3

    pp. 316-343

    Christoph Laub

    Software Patenting: Legal Standards in Europe and the US in view of Strategic Limitations of the IP Systems

    N0.3

    pp. 344-372

    Meir Perez Pugatch

    Measuring the Strength of National Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Regimes: Creating a New Pharmaceutical IP Index

    N0.4

    pp. 373-391

    G. Kristin Rosendal, Ingrid Olesen, Hans B. Bentsen, Morten Walloe Tvedt, Martin Bryde

    Access to and Legal Protection of Aquaculture Genetic Resources- Norwegian Perspectives

    N0.4

    pp. 392-412

    Tarcisio Hardman Reis

    The Role of Intellectual Property in the Global Challenge for Immunization

    N0.4

    pp. 413-425

    Georgios I. Zekos

    Software Patenting

    N0.4

    pp. 426-444

    Laurier Yvon Ngombe

    Audiovisual Work in the Member States of the African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI)

    N0.4

    pp. 445-457

    Kasturi Das

    International Protection of India's Geographical Indications with Special Reference to "Darjeeling" Tea

    N0.5

    pp. 459-495

    Georgios I. Zekos

    Trademarks and Cyberspace

    N0.5

    pp. 496-547

    Rosa Castro Bernieri

    Intellectual Property Rights in Bilateral Investment Treaties and Access to Medicines: The Case of Latin America

    N0.5

    pp. 548-572

    Jakkrit Kuanpoth

    TRIPS- Plus Intellectual Property Rules: Impact on Thailand s Public Health

    N0.5

    pp. 573-591

    Marisella N. Ouma

    Optimal Enforcement of Music Copyright in Sub- Saharan Africa: Reality or a Myth?

    N0.5

    pp. 592-627

    Duncan Matthews, Viviana Munoz-Tellez

    Bilateral Technical Assistance and TRIPS: The United States, Japan and the European Communities in Comparative Perspective

    N0.6

    pp. 629-653

    Anirban Mazumder

    Anomalies in Copyright Law

    N0.6

    pp. 654-672

    Paul Faustin Kihwelo

    Intellectual Property Rights Jurisprudence in Tanzania: Turning an Eye to the Commercial Division of the High Court

    N0.6

    pp. 673-693

    Padmashree Gehl Sampath

    India's Product Patent Protection Regime: Less or More of "Pills for the Poor"?

    N0.6

    pp. 694-726

    Hanson Hu Li

    Piracy, Prejudice and Profit: A Perspective from US- China Intellectual Property Rights Disputes

    N0.6

    pp. 727-746

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2007, Vol.10

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    Title

    number

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    Jerry I.-H. Hsiao

    Patent Protection for Chinese Herbal Medicine Product Invention in Taiwan

    N0.1

    pp. 1-21

    Deli Yang

    Intellectual Property System in China: A Study of the Grant Lags and Ratios

    N0.1

    pp. 22-52

    Hans Morten Haugen

    General Comment No. 17 on "Authors' Rights"

    N0.1

    pp. 53-69

    Jakob Cornides

    European Union Adopts Regulation on Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Products for Export

    N0.1

    pp. 70-77

    Wang Xiaobing, Irina Kireeva

    Protection of Geographical Indications in China: Conflicts, Causes and Solutions

    N0.2

    pp. 79-96

    Hans Morten Haugen

    Patent Rights and Human Rights: Exploring their Relationships

    N0.2

    pp. 97-124

    Alison L. Hoare, Richard G. Tarasofsky

    Asking and Telling: Can "Disclosure of Origin" Requirements in Patent Applications Make a Difference?

    N0.2

    pp. 149-169

    Xuan Li, Weiwei Li

    Inadequacy of Patent Regime on Traditional Medicinal Knowledge- A Diagnosis of 13- Year Traditional Medicinal Knowledge Patent Experience in China

    N0.2

    pp. 125-148

    Christophe Charlier, Mai-Anh Ngo

    An analysis of the European Communities: Protection of Trademarks and Geographical Indications for Agricultural Products and Foodstuffs Dispute

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 171-186

    Ying Zhan, Xuezhong Zhu

    Intellectual Property Right Abuses in the Patent Licensing of Technology Standards from Developed Countries to Developing Countries: A Study of Some Typical Cases from China

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 187-200

    Jakkrit Kuanpoth

    Patents and Access to Antiretroviral Medicines in Vietnam after World Trade Organization Accession

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 201-224

    Saleh Al-Sharieh

    Birth, Retreat and Renaissance: The Lifecycle of Balance under the Canadian Copyright Law

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 225-258

    Christiane Gerstetter, Benjamin Gorlach, Kirsten Neumann, Dora Schaffrin

    The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture within the Current Legal Regime Complex on Plant Genetic Resources

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 259-283

    Catherine Bond, Abi Paramaguru, Graham Greenleaf

    Advance Australia Fair? The Copyright Reform Process

    N0. 3-4

    pp. 284-313

    Yogesh Anand Pai

    Patent Protection for Computer Programs in India: Need for a Coherent Approach

    N0.5

    pp. 315-364

    Dwijen Rangnekar

    Context and Ambiguity in the Making of Law: A Comment on Amending India s Patent Act

    N0.5

    pp. 365-387

    Gaelle P. Krikorian, Dorota M. Szymkowiak

    Intellectual Property Rights in the Making: The Evolution of Intellectual Property Provisions in US Free Trade Agreements and Access to Medicine

    N0.5

    pp. 388-418

    Carlos M. Correa

    Patenting Human DNA: What Flexibilities Does the TRIPS Agreement Allow?

    N0.6

    pp. 419-437

    Hamed El-Said, Mohammed El-Said

    TRIPS- Plus Implications for Access to Medicines in Developing Countries: Lessons from Jordan- United States Free Trade Agreement

    N0.6

    pp. 438-475

    Alpana Roy

    A New Dispute Concerning the TRIPS Agreement: The United States and China in the WTO

    N0.6

    pp. 476-484

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2008, Vol.11

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    number

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    Claudio Chiarolla

    Plant Patenting, Benefit Sharing and the Law Applicable to the Food and Agriculture Organisation Standard Material Transfer Agreement

    N0.1

    pp. 1-28

    Chidi Oguamanam

    Local Knowledge as Trapped Knowledge: Intellectual Property, Culture, Power and Politics

    N0.1

    pp. 29-57

    Joseph Straus

    Is There a Global Warming of Patents?

    N0.1

    pp. 58-62

    Kappoori M. Gopakumar, Nirmalya Syam

    International Nonproprietary Names and Trademarks: A Public Health Perspective

    N0.2

    pp. 63-104

    P. M. Rao, Erik A. Borg, Joseph Klein

    The Information and Communication Technologies and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: A Relationship Perspective

    N0.2

    pp. 105-119

    Bashar H. Malkawi, Haitham A. Haloush

    Intellectual Property Protection for Plant Varieties in Jordan

    N0.2

    pp. 120-138

    Eng Teong See

    Revisiting Anticommons and Blockings in the Biotechnology Industry: A View from Competition Law Analysis

    N0.3

    pp. 139-175

    Carolina Roa-Rodriguez, Thom van Dooren

    Shifting Common Spaces of Plant Genetic Resources in the International Regulation of Property

    N0.3

    pp. 176-202

    Morten Walloe Tvedt, Magnus Finckenhagen

    Scope of Process Patents in Farm Animal Breeding

    N0.3

    pp. 203-228

    Joseph Straus

    How to Break the Deadlock Preventing a Fair and Rational Use of Biodiversity

    N0.4

    pp. 229-295

    Duncan Curley

    Interoperability and Other Issues at the IP- Anti- trust Interface: The EU Microsoft Case

    N0.4

    pp. 296-320

    Delphine Marie-Vivien

    From Plant Variety Definition to Geographical Indication Protection: A Search for the Link Between Basmati Rice and India/ Pakistan

    N0.4

    pp. 321-344

    Daniel J. Gervais

    A Canadian Copyright Narrative

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 432-466

    Hans Morten Haugen

    Human Rights and TRIPS Exclusion and Exception Provisions

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 345-374

    Daniel Robinson, Jakkrit Kuanpoth

    The Traditional Medicines Predicament: A Case Study of Thailand

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 375-403

    Rajnish Kumar Rai

    Effect of the TRIPS- Mandated Intellectual Property Rights on Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries: A Case Study of the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 404-431

    Rita Matulionyte

    Cross- Border Collective Management and Principle of Territoriality: Problems and Possible Solutions in the EU

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 467-497

    Charn Wing Wan

    The Reform of Copyright Protection in the Networked Environment: A Hong Kong Perspective

    N0. 5-6

    pp. 498-526

    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2009, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jose Bellido

    Latin American and Spanish Copyright Relations (1880- 1904)

    N0.1

    pp. 1-39

    Andreas Rahmatian

    Neo- Colonial Aspects of Global Intellectual Property Protection

    N0.1

    pp. 40-74

    Rudi Moffitt

    Resistance is Futile

    N0.1

    pp. 75-87

    Tu Thanh Nguyen

    Patent Holders' Contractual Restrictions on Downstream Purchasers in the United States and European Union through Quanta Prism

    N0.2

    pp. 89-121

    Deming Liu

    Reflections on Lack of a Patent System throughout China s Long History

    N0.2

    pp. 122-136

    Deepthi Elizabeth Kolady, William Lesser

    Does Plant Variety Protection Contribute to Crop Productivity? Lessons for Developing Countries from US Wheat Breeding

    N0.2

    pp. 137-152

    Brenda Pamela Mey (Ongech)

    China, the "Intellectual Property Black Hole" Hosts the XXIX Olympiad: Measures the People s Republic of China Undertook to Secure the Protection of Olympicrelated Intellectual Property Rights

    N0.2

    pp. 153-173

    Jean-Frederic Morin

    Multilateralizing TRIPs- Plus Agreements: Is the US Strategy a Failure?

    N0.3

    pp. 175-197

    Pamela J. Smith, Omar B. Da ar, Kevin H. Monroe, Fabricio X. Nunez, Charlotte J. Tuttle

    How Do Copyrights Affect Economic Development and International Trade?

    N0.3

    pp. 198-218

    Prabhash Ranjan

    Recent Developments in India s Plant Variety Protection, Seed Regulation and Linkages with UPOV s Proposed Membership

    N0.3

    pp. 219-243

    Jerry I.-H. Hsiao

    Can Product- by- Process Patent Claims Provide Protection for Modernized Chinese Herbal Medicine?

    N0.4

    pp. 245-265

    Lee-Ann Tong

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    N0.4

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    Daniel J. Gervais

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    pp. 371-401

    Megan Richardson

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    Ann L. Monotti

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    pp. 422-445

    Susy Frankel

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    N0.5

    pp. 446-466

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    Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2010, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sigrid Sterckx

    Is the Non- Patentability of "Essentially Biological Processes" Under Threat?

    N0.1

    pp. 1-23

    Heba Wanis

    Agreement on Trade- Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medication: Does Egypt Have Sufficient Safeguards Against Potential Public Health Implications of the Agreement

    N0.1

    pp. 24-46

    Maurice Schellekens

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    N0.1

    pp. 47-76

    Dwijen Rangnekar

    The Law and Economics of Geographical Indications: Introduction to Special Issue of The Journal of World Intellectual Property

    N0.1

    pp. 77-80

    Anselm Kamperman Sanders

    Incentives for and Protection of Cultural Expression: Art, Trade and Geographical Indications

    N0.2

    pp. 81-93

    Daniele Giovannucci, Elizabeth Barham, Richard Pirog

    Defining and Marketing "Local" Foods: Geographical Indications for US Products

    N0.2

    pp. 94-120

    Delphine Marie-Vivien

    The Role of the State in the Protection of Geographical Indications: From Disengagement in France/ Europe to Significant Involvement in India

    N0.2

    pp. 121-147

    Kasturi Das

    Prospects and Challenges of Geographical Indications in India

    N0.2

    pp. 148-201

    Dwijen Rangnekar, Sanjay Kumar

    Another Look at Basmati: Genericity and the Problems of a Transborder Geographical Indication

    N0.2

    pp. 202-230

    Sarah Bowen

    Development from Within? The Potential for Geographical Indications in the Global South

    N0.2

    pp. 231-252

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    N0.2

    pp. 253-274

    Irina Kireeva, Bernard O Connor

    Geographical Indications and the TRIPS Agreement: What Protection is Provided to Geographical Indications in WTO Members?

    N0.2

    pp. 275-303

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    N0.3

    pp. 315-365

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