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How effective has the Generics Act Been?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2016
The Philippine government passed the Generics Act of 1988 to ensure that inexpensive and effective drugs are made available to all Filipinos. The law aims to supply and promote low-priced quality medicines as alternatives to the widel...
Intellectual property rights: talking points for RP-US FTA negotiations
D.S. Tantuico; E.W. Zshornack / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2006
This paper discusses certain issues and questions on adequacy of intellectual property laws, enforcement and protection of intellectual property rights and improved market access for persons and entities relying on intellectual proper...
India Africa partnership in healthcare: accomplishments and propsects
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
In the decades following India’s independence, the principle of South-South cooperation, particularly in the context of the non-aligned movement, has been at the forefront of India’s foreign policy towards Africa. Now, Ind...
Access, Technology development and national IPR policy
T.C. James / Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The Government of India is engaged in drafting a new National IPR (Intellectual Property Right) Policy. This is the first time that the Government has undertaken such a task. So far there has been no formal policy statement encompassi...
Emerging seed markets: the role of Brazilian, Chinese and Indian seeds in African agriculture
H. Tugendhat, / Future Agricultures Consortium 2014
In recent years, three of the largest emerging powers, Brazil, China and India, have all brought about incredible agricultural revolutions and seeds have played a big part in that story. Nowadays, their seed markets are all within the...
Developing new technologies to address neglected diseases: the role of Product Development Partnerships and Advanced Market Commitments - Developing-new-technologies-to-address-neglected-diseases.pdf
C. Grace / DFID Health Resource Centre (HRC) 2006
This paper focuses on the complementary roles of Product Development Partnerships (PDPs) and Advanced Market Commitments (AMCs), as mechanisms to incentivise industry towards the development of health technologies for neglected diseas...
India’s growing dependence on imports in the area of bulk drugs
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
In the background of concerns being voiced by pharmaceutical industry and academics as well as policymakers, RIS organised a Colloquium on India’s Growing Dependence on Imports in the Area of Bulk Drugs in New Delhi on 23 Decemb...
IP Rights, Innovation and Development Priorities: Need for Balance
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The Government of India is in the process of rolling out a National IPR Policy to signal an Intellectual Property (IP) friendly domestic business environment to the international audience. IP concerns and complaints have been hurled a...
Drug discovery and development: business opportunities in India
F. Sen / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2009
The sustainability of traditional pharmaceutical Research & Development model is being questioned with changing market dynamics, emerging markets and saturating growth rates in developed markets. New technological innovations in R...
Dynamics of pharmaceutical quality systems for the export of pharmaceuticals from India to Africa
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2014
With its pharmaceutical exports, India has been contributing to public health globally and is often referred to as the ‘pharmaceutical factory’ to the world. For example, India has a dominant global market share of anti-re...
Items 1 to 10 of 420

Items 1 to 10 of 420

How effective has the Generics Act Been?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2016
The Philippine government passed the Generics Act of 1988 to ensure that inexpensive and effective drugs are made available to all Filipinos. The law aims to supply and promote low-priced quality medicines as alternatives to the widel...
Intellectual property rights: talking points for RP-US FTA negotiations
D.S. Tantuico; E.W. Zshornack / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2006
This paper discusses certain issues and questions on adequacy of intellectual property laws, enforcement and protection of intellectual property rights and improved market access for persons and entities relying on intellectual proper...
India Africa partnership in healthcare: accomplishments and propsects
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
In the decades following India’s independence, the principle of South-South cooperation, particularly in the context of the non-aligned movement, has been at the forefront of India’s foreign policy towards Africa. Now, Ind...
Access, Technology development and national IPR policy
T.C. James / Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The Government of India is engaged in drafting a new National IPR (Intellectual Property Right) Policy. This is the first time that the Government has undertaken such a task. So far there has been no formal policy statement encompassi...
Emerging seed markets: the role of Brazilian, Chinese and Indian seeds in African agriculture
H. Tugendhat, / Future Agricultures Consortium 2014
In recent years, three of the largest emerging powers, Brazil, China and India, have all brought about incredible agricultural revolutions and seeds have played a big part in that story. Nowadays, their seed markets are all within the...
Developing new technologies to address neglected diseases: the role of Product Development Partnerships and Advanced Market Commitments - Developing-new-technologies-to-address-neglected-diseases.pdf
C. Grace / DFID Health Resource Centre (HRC) 2006
This paper focuses on the complementary roles of Product Development Partnerships (PDPs) and Advanced Market Commitments (AMCs), as mechanisms to incentivise industry towards the development of health technologies for neglected diseas...
India’s growing dependence on imports in the area of bulk drugs
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
In the background of concerns being voiced by pharmaceutical industry and academics as well as policymakers, RIS organised a Colloquium on India’s Growing Dependence on Imports in the Area of Bulk Drugs in New Delhi on 23 Decemb...
IP Rights, Innovation and Development Priorities: Need for Balance
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The Government of India is in the process of rolling out a National IPR Policy to signal an Intellectual Property (IP) friendly domestic business environment to the international audience. IP concerns and complaints have been hurled a...
Drug discovery and development: business opportunities in India
F. Sen / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2009
The sustainability of traditional pharmaceutical Research & Development model is being questioned with changing market dynamics, emerging markets and saturating growth rates in developed markets. New technological innovations in R...
Dynamics of pharmaceutical quality systems for the export of pharmaceuticals from India to Africa
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2014
With its pharmaceutical exports, India has been contributing to public health globally and is often referred to as the ‘pharmaceutical factory’ to the world. For example, India has a dominant global market share of anti-re...
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