Regulating Development

Regulating Development

Evidence from Africa and Latin America

The CRC Series on Competition, Regulation and Development

Edited by Edmund Amann

Regulating Development examines the impact that regulation – good or bad – can have on the development of poorer societies. It opens with a succinct review of critical issues, including the implications of the spread of intellectual property rights legislation and the role of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

Chapter 4: Learning to Love Patents: Capacity Building, Intellectual Property and the (Re)production of Governance Norms in the ‘Developing World’

Christopher May

Subjects: business and management, international business, development studies, development economics, economics and finance, development economics, public sector economics


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