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A Study of Health-Related Flexibilities in International IP Framework and Patent Law in Pakistan
파키스탄 국제 IP 체계와 특허법의 건강 관련 유연성에 관한 연구

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Authors
나시르
Advisor
Sang Jo Jong
Major
법과대학 법학과(지식재산전공)
Issue Date
2017
Publisher
서울대학교 대학원
Keywords
intellectual Property
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 법과대학 법학과(지식재산전공), 2017. 8. Sang Jo Jong.
Abstract
From a public health perspective, WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspect on Intellectual Property has flexibilities those were further enhanced and elaborated under Doha Declaration. Member States can take benefit with incorporation of such measures in national legislation to ensure availability and accessibility to medicines on affordable prices. A study was carried out on opportunities and limitations of the states in this regard wherein a comparison of few developing countries’ legislations on patent was also undertaken with focus on law of patent in Pakistan. It has been observed that the widespread ambiguity of policies combined with a lack of national legal and technical expertise is significant problem to meet challenges in access to medicine. An effective cooperation between the various government agencies and institutions with concerted efforts is required nationally and internationally to facilitate the development and access to medicines in developing countries. Consequently, notwithstanding the tentative steps that have been taken in this direction, further clarity and guidance at the international level is required to facilitate the meaningful incorporation of the flexibilities and their use to promote access to medicines
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/137671
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