The International Political Economy Of Intellectual Property Rights New Horizons in Intellectual Property Series

The political economy of intellectual property law

The political economy of intellectual property law
... The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Law The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Law William M Landes and Richard A Posner AEI-Brookings ... much of antitrust law, much of constitutional law, and much of patent and copyright law are common law As mentioned in the text, several areas of intellectual property law are common law in the ... University 37 The Political Economy of INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW This monograph seeks to explain the expansion of intellectual property law over the last half century, focusing in particular on the rapid...
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the political economy of international trade

the political economy of international trade
... free trade, they tend to intervene in international trade to protect the interests of politically important groups 6-3 Chapter 6: The Political Economy of International Trade INSTRUMENTS OF TRADE ... limiting the use of anti-dumping laws - 33 Chapter 6: The Political Economy of International Trade Classroom Performance System The main issues on the table at the Doha Round include all of the following ... boosting the overall wealth of a nation (to the benefit of all, both producers and consumers) - 12 Chapter 6: The Political Economy of International Trade Political Arguments for Intervention Political...
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The Political Economy of Distress in East Asian Financial Institutions

The Political Economy of Distress in East Asian Financial Institutions
... Asia financial crisis a good event to investigate the role of these connections in causing and resolving financial institutions distress Furthermore, the general causes of the East Asian financial ... the percentage of institutions in distress (Table IV) Malaysia has fewer distressed institutions and did not close any financial institution The Philippines has the least distressed institutions, ... nonbank institutions We use only financial information as of the end of 1996 the year preceding the crisisthus avoiding any risk of contaminating our estimations with the occurrence of distress...
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The Political Economy of the ‘New Biology’: Biotechnology and the Competition State

The Political Economy of the ‘New Biology’: Biotechnology and the Competition State
... Lofgren & Benner The Political Economy of the ‘New Biology’ – preliminary draft only The Political Economy of the ‘New Biology’: Biotechnology and the Competition State Abstract The central ... state The paper compares three cases of governance of the biotechnology sector: Finland and Sweden, the USA and the UK, and Australia The aim is to integrate research on innovation systems (the ... particular Finland and to some extent Sweden; the second by the US and the UK, and the third by Australia Biotechnology governance in Sweden and Finland The Scandinavian system of bio-industrial...
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THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CENTRAL-BANK INDEPENDENCE pptx

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CENTRAL-BANK INDEPENDENCE pptx
... chapter analyzes the determinants of central-bank independence 40 THE DETERMINANTS OF CENTRAL-BANK INDEPENDENCE The previous chapters have shown that the degree of central-bank independence varies ... of central-bank independence 34 The index SUMLV measures the total score of sixteen legal variables of Cukierman (1992) with respect to the appointment, dismissal, and term of office of the central-bank ... from the governments of the Länder (states) The Zentralbankrat is then again consulted In the Netherlands, the president and the director-secretary of the Nederlandsche Bank are appointed by the...
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The Political Economy of Taxation pptx

The Political Economy of Taxation pptx
... political regimes: the impact of the shadow economy (SHADOW) 4.4a Structure of taxation and political regimes 4.4b Structure of taxation and political regimes 4.4c Structure of taxation and political ... variables, such as the level of GDP per worker, the openness of the economy, the level of debt and the share of agriculture, and with other socio-economic factors, such as the age of the population, ... 16 The political economy of taxation The volatility of the income will also affect the magnitude of the welfare state If the fluctuation of income increases (for example as a consequence of industrial...
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Economic Reform and the Political Economy of the German Welfare State doc

Economic Reform and the Political Economy of the German Welfare State doc
... Leibfried and Obinger, The State of the Welfare State , p.212 62 Unlike the other branches of the German social insurance system, the health insurance funds not receive regular subsidies from the ... incomes between E400 and E800 Also, various measures were passed to promote the employment of older people and the transition of jobless ECONOMIC REFORM AND THE GERMAN WELFARE STATE 185 workers ... case, the first priority for the Federal Government is balancing its budget, not expanding it The main criterion by which the performance of the Finance Minister ECONOMIC REFORM AND THE GERMAN WELFARE...
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Money and Power Great Predators in the Political Economy of Development_1 doc

Money and Power Great Predators in the Political Economy of Development_1 doc
... all the great meanings of the modern age, from the Enlightenment to now, of human progress and the civilising mission of human intervention After the eclipsing of the socialist project in the ... xiii The political economy of development Institutions of the global economy Frontier institutions Why is money so important? Institutions matter Chapter plan 12 Money in the political economy of ... in the absence of efforts in the area of development ‘aid’ but in spite of it and alongside it, and systemically with the support of development finance institutions (DFIs) Bearing this in mind,...
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Money and Power Great Predators in the Political Economy of Development_2 pot

Money and Power Great Predators in the Political Economy of Development_2 pot
... power in the academic literature of international political economy has allowed neoliberalism to remain the dominant ideology of international development theory and for the Great Predators of the ... of conditionality But because these Great Predators are captured by firms of Northern states, and because they serve the interests of their owners, the Northern states, borrowing money from them ... 17 Money in the political economy of development Various factors have been included in analysis of the increased impoverishment of the poorer world in the last quarter century or so: declines in...
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