International Intellectual Property Protection

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International Intellectual Property Protection

The Impact of Preferential Trade Agreements on IPR Protection

This section provides an overview of the impact of preferential trade agreements on ipr protection within the legal context of Intellectual Property Protection in international economic law, with coverage of The Protection of Property (Main Regulatory Areas).

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Further Reading

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  • Yu, P.K. (2007a) International Enclosure, the Regime Complex, and Intellectual Property Schizophrenia. Michigan State Law Review (1), 1–33.
  • Yu, P.K. (2009) Building Intellectual Property Coalitions for Development. Occasional Papers in Intellectual Property Law, Drake University Law School, pp. 1–18.

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