Knowledge Governance
300 pages
English

Knowledge Governance

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Offers the novel approach of “knowledge governance” as a means of understanding the role of knowledge in growth and development.


This book argues that the current international intellectual property rights regime, led by the World Trade Organization (WTO), has evolved over the past three decades toward overemphasizing private interests and seriously hampering public interests in access to knowledge and innovation diffusion. This approach concentrates on tangible and codified knowledge creation and diffusion in research and development (R&D) that can be protected via patents and other intellectual property rules and regulations. In terms of global policy initiatives, however, it is becoming increasingly clear that the WTO in particular is mostly a conflict-resolution facility rather than a global governance body able to generate cooperation and steer international coordinated policy action. At the same time, rent extraction and profits streaming from legal hyperprotection have become pervasively important for firm strategies to compete in a globalized marketplace. “Knowledge Governance: Reasserting the Public Interest” offers a novel approach – knowledge governance – in order to move beyond the current regime.


List of Abbreviations; List of Tables and Figures; Foreword – Richard Nelson; Introduction – Leonardo Burlamaqui, Ana Célia Castro and Rainer Kattel; PART I. KNOWLEDGE GOVERNANCE: BUILDING A FRAMEWORK; 1. Knowledge Governance: An Analytical Approach and its Policy Implications – Leonardo Burlamaqui; 2. From Intellectual Property to Knowledge Governance: A Micro-founded Evolutionary Explanation – Annalisa Primi; 3. Catching Up and Knowledge Governance – Rainer Kattel; PART II. INNOVATION, COMPETITION POLICIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: INSTITUTIONAL FRAGMENTATION AND THE CASE FOR BETTER COORDINATION; 4. Where Do Innovations Come From? Transformations in the US Economy, 1970–2006 – Fred Block and Matthew R. Keller; 5. Antitrust and Intellectual Property: Conflicts and Convergences – Mario Luiz Possas and Maria Tereza Leopardi Mello; 6. The Politics of Pharmaceutical Patent Examination in Brazil – Kenneth C. Shadlen; PART III. GOING FORWARD: TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE GOVERNANCE RESEARCH AGENDA; 7. Varieties of Latin American Patent Offices: Comparative Study of Practices and Procedures – Ana Célia Castro, Ana María Pacón and Mônica Desidério; 8. An Interoperability Principle for Knowledge Creation and Governance: The Role of Emerging Institutions – John Wilbanks and Carolina Rossini; 9. The Search for Alternatives to Patents in the Twenty-First Century – Luigi Palombi

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Date de parution 01 octobre 2012
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EAN13 9780857285522
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Knowledge Governance
The Anthem Other Canon Series
Anthem Press and The Other Canon Foundation are pleased to presentThe Anthem Other Canon Series. The Other Canon – also described as ‘reality economics’ – studies the economy as a real object rather than as the behaviour of a model economy based on core axioms, assumptions and techniques. The series includes both classical and contemporary works in this tradition, spanning evolutionary, institutional and PostKeynesian economics, the history of economic thought and economic policy, economic sociology and technology governance, and works on the theory of uneven development and in the tradition of the German historical school.
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Knowledge Governance
Reasserting the Public Interest
Edited by Leonardo Burlamaqui, Ana CÉlia Castro and Rainer Kattel
Anthem Press An imprint of Wimbledon Publishing Company www.anthempress.com
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ISBN13: 978 0 85728 535 5 (Hbk) ISBN10: 0 85728 535 1 (Hbk)
This title is also available as an eBook.
List of Abbreviations
List of Tables and Figures
ForewordRichard Nelson
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Introduction Leonardo Burlamaqui, Ana Célia Castro and Rainer Kattel
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Knowledge Governance: Building a Framework
KnowledgeGovernance:AnAnalyticalApproachandits Policy Implications Leonardo Burlamaqui
FromIntellectualPropertytoKnowledgeGovernance:A Microfounded Evolutionary Explanation Annalisa Primi
Catching Up and Knowledge Governance Rainer Kattel
Innovation,CompetitionPoliciesandIntellectual Property: Institutional Fragmentation and the Case for Better Coordination
WhereDoInnovationsComeFrom?Transformationsin the US Economy, 1970–2006 Fred Block and Matthew R. Keller
AntitrustandIntellectualProperty:ConictsandConvergencesMario Luiz Possas and Maria Tereza Leopardi Mello
The Politics of Pharmaceutical Patent Examination in Brazil Kenneth C. Shadlen
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KNOWLEDGE GOVERNANCE
GoingForward:TowardsaKnowledgeGovernance Research Agenda
Varieties of Latin American Patent Offices: Comparative Study of Practices and Procedures Ana Célia Castro, Ana María Pacón and Mônica Desidério
AnInteroperabilityPrincipleforKnowledgeCreationand Governance: The Role of Emerging Institutions John Wilbanks and Carolina Rossini
TheSearchforAlternativestoPatentsintheTwentyFirst Century Luigi Palombi
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ABIA ABIFINA
ABPI
AGU
ALRC AMBEV ANVISA
API AUTM BRC BTA CADE
CAFC CIPIH
CIS CL COOPI
DARPA DI DNS DOJ
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Brazilian Interdisciplinary Aids Association AssociaÇo Brasileira das Industrias de Química Fina, Biotecnologia e suas Especialidades (Brazilian Association of Industries of Fine Chemistry, Biotechnology and its Specialties)AssociaÇo Brasileira de Propriedade Intelectual (Brazilian Association of Intellectual Property) Advocacia Geral da Unio (Office of the SolicitorGeneral of the Union) Australian Law Reform Commission Companhia de Bebidas das AmÉricas (Americas’ Beverage Company) Agncia Nacional de VigilĀncia Sanitâria (National Health Surveillance Agency) Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Association of University Technology Managers biological resource center bilateral trade agreements Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica (Administrative Council for Economic Defense, Brazil) Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health Commonwealth of Independent States Compulsory Licenses CoordenaÇo de Propriedade Intelectual (Coordination of Intellectual Property) Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Distributed Innovation developmental network state Department of Justice
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EC EEC ELSI EPC EPO FDA FDI FSA FTC GATS GATT GIN GIPI
HGP ICT ICTSD INPI
IP IPA IPAC IPC IPD IPR ITO JPO LEM LPC LPI M&A MDIC
MIHR
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KNOWLEDGE GOVERNANCE
European Commission European Economic Community ethical, legal, and social issues European Patent Convention European Patent Office Food and Drug Administration foreign direct investments Federal Security Agency Federal Trade Commission General Agreement on Trade in Services General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs global innovation networks Grupo Interministerial de Propriedade Intelectual (Interministerial Group of Intellectual Property) Human Genome Project information and communications technology International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial (National Institute of Industrial Property) intellectual property intellectual property assessment Industrial Property Advisory Committee Intellectual Property Committee Investment Property Databank intellectual property rights International Trade Organization Japanese Patent Office Laboratory of Economics and Management Lei de ProteÇo a Cultivares (Plant Variety Protection Law) Lei de Propriedade Industrial (Industrial Property Law) mergers and acquisitions MinistÉrio do Desenvolvimento, Indstria e ComÉrcio Exterior (Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade) Centre for Management of Intellectual Property in Health Research and Development MinistÉrio da Sade (Ministry of Health)
NAFTA NBER NCBI NHS NIH NIS NM NSF PDP PGF PSDB
PT PTO R&D SACGHS SBIR SDE TPM TRIPS TTO UNCTAD USPTO WDI WHO WIPO WTO
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
North American Free Trade Agreement National Bureau of Economic Research National Center for Biotechnology Information National Health Service National Institutes of Health national innovation system new molecular entity National Science Foundation Productive Development Plan ProcuradoriaGeral Federal (Federal Attorney General) Partido da Social Democracia Brasileira (Party of Brazilian Social Democracy) Partido Trabalhista (Portuguese: Labour Party) Patent and Trademark Office Research and development Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society Small Business Innovation Research Secretaria de Direito Econômico (Secretariat of Economic Law) technological protection measures TradeRelated Aspects of Intellectual Property Transfer Technology Office United Nations Conference on Trade and Development United States Patent and Trademark Office World Development Indicators World Health Organization World Intellectual Property Organization World Trade Organization
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