Este artigo discute duas reformas que podem ajudar o Brasil a se tornar o líder latino-americano em ciências da vida.
Philip founded Geneva Network in 2015. His main research interests are the intersection of intellectual property, trade, and health policy. Formerly he was an official at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, where he worked in its Global Challenges Division on a range of IP and health issues. Prior to his time with WIPO, Philip worked as director of policy for International Policy Network, a UK-based think tank, as well as holding research positions with the Adam Smith Institute and Reform, both in London. He has also worked as a political risk consultant and a management consultant. He is a regular columnist in a wide range of international newspapers and has published a number of academic studies. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Durham University (UK). He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, Malaysia.
This paper discusses two reforms that can help Brazil become the Latin American life science leader.
An expanded waiver would derail current successful efforts to expand access to Covid treatments and destroy innovation incentives
Nossa agenda de reformas para atualizar o sistema brasileiro de exame de patentes para padrões internacionais.
Our reform agenda to upgrade the Brazilian patent examination system to international standards.
Even though IP has played a crucial role in developing and manufacturing vaccines for the current pandemic, some are calling for IP to be waived to facilitate preparations for future pandemics.
An important intellectual property right that can drive investment into Gulf cooperation council countries.
Conclusion Considerations of the cost of RDP must also be weighed against the benefits that…