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Symposium presented at Case School of Law (Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law) on Mar. 26, 2004 by the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center and co-sponsored by the Center for Law, Technology, and the Arts

Contents: Welcome & introductions / Hiram Chodosh & Peter Gerhart -- The international relations context -- The politics of international knowledge / George W. Downs, Jr. -- Knowledge regulation in the context of a theory of globalization / Peter Drahos -- The international relations of IP / Ruth Okediji -- Concepts of power in sociology and political science / Gregory C. Shaffer -- Renegotiating TRIPS -- Regime shifting: the TRIPS Agreement and the new dynamics of international IP lawmaking / Laurence R. Helfer -- New IP rights in a global economy:; justifications and critiques / Kal Raustiala -- The interests of developing countries -- Harnessing knowledge in the development process / Carlos Correa -- Interpreting the interests of developing countries / Jerome H. Reichman -- The feedback mechanisms / Graeme B. Dinwoodie -- The feedback mechanisms -- TRIPS and the dynamics of IP lawmaking / Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss -- Arbitrage in international IP / Pamela Samuelson -- Recapitulation: the competing frameworks

Lecture Series

Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

2nd Lecture Series

Law, Technology and the Arts Center

Subject Headings

Intellectual property (International law)


Cleveland, OH

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Original Format


Publication Information

Cleveland, OH: Case Western Reserve University, School of Law, 2004