Private Rights and Public Problems

Private Rights and Public Problems

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Analyzes the economic contribution of IPRs' underlying features: innovation and access to international technologies.Whatever approach might succeed, any accord on geographical indications is not likely ... certification procedures, labeling rules, and other technical standards, perhaps along the lines of the 2005 EU-US Wine Accord (Josling 2006).

Title:Private Rights and Public Problems
Author:Keith Eugene Maskus
Publisher:Peterson Institute - 2012


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