Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Development: The Role of NGOs and Social Movements

ISBN-13: 978-1847207852
ISBN-10: 1847207855
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'One of the features of international negotiations has been the increasing participation of non-governmental organizations. In this important book, Duncan Mathews shows the nature and extent of NGO influence in the negotiations over intellectual property. Written with great clarity and drawing on interview data and case studies, the book will be valuable to both scholars and practitioners working in international negotiation.' - Peter Drahos, Australian National University 'This is a valuable corrective to a debate that is too often premised on the perspective of rich and developed countries. Focussing on the network of NGOs that supports developing countries, Duncan Matthews fills a major gap in the analysis of international disputes about intellectual property. His analysis rightly demolishes the position that developing countries have remained helpless in the face of developments in the global governance of IPRs, and helps explain how the global politics of IPRs is shifting.' - Christopher May, Lancaster University, UK

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Duncan Matthews, Reader in Intellectual Property Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
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