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2003) Research prizes: a mechanism to reward agricultural innovation in low-income regions. AgBioForum 6(1&2), 71–74. C. (2004) Intellectual property rights and the world trade organization: retrospect and prospects. , Carter, C. and McCalla, A. (eds) Agricultural Policy Reform and the WTO: Where Are We Heading? Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. National Research Council (1997) Intellectual Property Rights and Plant Biotechnology. Proceedings of a forum held at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
World Intellectual 12 B. Wright Property Organization is exploring the implications for standardizing and centralizing certain aspects of patenting worldwide, consistent with at least European levels of protection, via the proposed Substantive Patent Law Treaty. The Treaty could offer very important economies in administering patents worldwide, with evident advantages for small and less developed countries. But it could also result in a further strengthening of global IPRs that might not be in the interest of such countries.
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Agricultural biotechnology and intellectual property: seeds of change by Kesan, J. P. (Eds.)