Intellectual Property Rights in the Nam and Other Developing Countries: A Compendium On Laws & Policies
by R Saha
Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 6995.00
Biblio : xii+178p., figs., tabls., 25 cm
About The Book
The publication entitled Compendium on Laws and Policies on IPT for NAM and Other Developing Countries brought out by the Centre for Science & Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre) is largely based on the presentations made during and International Conference on “Implications of New IPR Regime under the TRIPS for Developing Countries” held at New Delhi, India during May 1999. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is the protection of research results in a knowledge-based industry prior to its public distribution. The extent of protection and enforcement of these rights vary widely around the developing countries. It is extremely difficult to generalize the implications of the TRIPS agreement in these countries because such implications vary with differences existing between the IPR laws of a particular country and the standards of the agreement, the extent of development in different sectors, the per capita income, and the structure of the supply. These differences become a source of tension in international trade and economic relations. The new internationally agreed IPR regimes under TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of IPR) provide a way to introduce more order and predictability in trade and for disputes to be settled more systematically. The volume contains contributions from renowned experts from various developing countries. It illustrates will the relevant laws and policies existing in the participant countries, including Bangladesh, Camernoon, Chile, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Malawi, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Saint Lucia, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Ukraine, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The book would be useful to IPR professionals and S&T persons as a reference material on various IPR related issues with particular reference to the developing countries.
Table of Contents
Contents Chapter 1: Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights in Bangladesh by Khaliquzzaman; Chapter 2: Status of Intellectual Property in Cameroon by Mbah David Akuro; Chapter 3: Status of Intellectual Property in Chile by Eleazar Bravo; Chapter 4: Intellectual Property Rights and the Expected Changes in the light of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and Status Report for the Egyptian Patent Office by Fattouh Abdel Gelil Hamed; Chapter 5: Intellectual Property Rights in Egypt by Mohamed Swellam; Chapter 6: Management of Intellectual Property Rights in India by R Saha; Chapter 7: Kyrghyz Patent, State Agency on Science and Intellectual Property in Kyrghyzstan by Kyrgyz State Agency on Science and Intellectual Property; Chapter 8: Development of the Intellectual Property Protection System in Lebanon by Souheir Nadde; Chapter 9: The Status of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and TRIPS and Related Problems for Malawi by Frade K Nyondo; Chapter 10: The Status of Intellectual Property Rights in Malaysia by Heng Jee Heng; Chapter 11: Intellectual Property System of Mongolia by Embassy of Mongolia; Chapter 12: Intellectual Property Rights and Existing Legal Provision in Nepal by R M S Malla; Chapter 13: Intellectual Property Rights and Trade Related Intellectual Property Systems in Nepal by Fanindra Prasad Neupan; Chapter 14: Development and Present Status of Copyright and Related Rights in Pakistan by Syed Ali Tallae; Chapter 15: Development of the Intellectual Property Protection System in Pakistan by S T K Naim; Chapter 16: Intellectual Property Rights in Saint Lucia by Kimberly Cenac-Phulgence; Chapter 17: The Status on Intellectual Property Rights in Tanzania by Y M Kohi; Chapter 18: Intellectual Property Rights in Trinidad and Tobago by Richard Aching; Chapter 19: State Policy and Legislation on Intellectual Property in Ukraine by Constantine V Subbotin; Chapter 20: Zambian Report on the New IPR Regime under the TRIPS for Developing Countries by Joseph Simbaya; Chapter 21: The Current Status of Intellectual Property Law and How They Relate to TRIPS and Other International Undertakings by J M Gopo.