SouthViews No. 156, 26 October 2017
Intellectual Property for the TwentyFirst-Century Economy
By Joseph E. Stiglitz , Dean Baker , Arjun Jayadev
Developing countries are increasingly pushing back against the intellectual property regime foisted on them by the advanced economies over the last 30 years. They are right to do so, because what matters is not only the production of knowledge, but also that it is used in ways that put the health and wellbeing of people ahead of corporate profits.
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This article was tagged: Access to Health, Developing Countries, Health, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), People above Profit, Production of Knowledge, Right to Health