Sunday, 12 June 2016

Critical Reviews of Indian National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, 2016

Indian National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, 2016, receives mixed reactions from the policy analysts, activists, industry experts and scholars of innovation studies. Some of the observations have appeared in the following online articles:

Original Texts 
  • Indian National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, 2016 | Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion: Government of India | May 12, 2016 | Download
 Critical Reviews
  • Market Impacts of Patent Reforms in Developing Countries. by Aparajita Goyal | World Bank Blog July 2016 | Download. 
  • India-US Relations: The IPR Conundrum. by N K Singh | India Foundation Blog | July 2016 | Download. 
  • Indian National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, 2016: Some Highlights. by Anasua Mukherjee Das | The Nationalist | July 2016 | Download.
  • National IPR Policy and Innovation. by Reji K. Joseph | Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, 2016 | Download.
  • Who Will Gain From the National IPRs Policy?. by Dinesh Kumar Abrol | Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, 2016 | Download.
  • Making Quality Medicines Affordable: An Interview with CIPLA CEO. by Catherine Jewell | WIPO Magazine | August 2016 | Download.
  • National Intellectual Property Policy Suffers from a Lack of Conceptual Clarity. by Srividhya Ragavan, K. Subramanian | IndianExpress.com | June 11, 2016 | Download | The best aspects of the document are contained in the third objective discussing the legal and legislative framework.
  • The Wrong Incentive: The National Intellectual Property Rights Policy Must Be Opposed. by Dinesh Abrol | Economic and Political Weekly | 11 June, 2016 | Download.
  • Why New IPR Policy Is Inadequate: Pressure from US Is Unstated Reason. by K M Gopakumar | Economic and Political Weekly | 21 May, 2016 | Download.
  • National Intellectual Property Rights: Patently a Missed Opportunity. by Achal Prabhala & Sudhir Krishnaswamy | The Hindu | May 25, 2016 | Download
  • India's New IP Policy: A "Bare" Act? by Shamnad Basheer | SpicyIP.com |  June 6, 2016 | Download
  • Modi's New Intellectual Property Rights Policy Will Only Benefit Players with Deep Pockets. by Anubha Sinha | The Wire | May 21, 2016 | Download | The new policy fails to enact a balanced regime and instead is tilted in favour of rights-holders.
  • Why You Just Can't Have a One-Size-Fits-All IPR Policy. by Sushila Ravindranath | June 13, 2016 | Financial Express | Download | The National IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) policy was released on May 11. This 38-page document will give directions to the government to promote 'creative and innovative India'.
  • India Calls for Flexibilities in Intellectual Property Rights to Combat AIDS. by PTI | IndianExpress.com | June 10, 2016 | Download
  • Ahead of Prime Minister Modi's Visit, Doctors Without Borders Urges India to Put People's Health Before Pharmaceutical Profits. by Doctorswithoutborders.org | June 02, 2016 | Download | India must resist pressure from US lawmakers and pharmaceutical industry groups to block access to key medicines for millions of people worldwide.
  • At EU-India Summit, India Must Defend Its "Pharmacy of the Developing World". by Doctorswithoutborders.org | March 29, 2016 | Download | MSF urges Indian Prime Minister not to cave into pressure from EU to accept trade deal that could prevent millions of people from accessing lifesaving medicines.
  • Wither Away the Pressure on India's Patent Law. by  Saradindu Bhaduri | Vikalp | December 21, 2014 | Download
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation: MNCs in Pharmaceutical Industry in India after TRIPS. Sudip Chaudhuri | Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, 2014 | Download.
  • Strengthening Intellectual Property Rights Globally: Impact on India's Pharmaceutical Exports. by Jaya Prakash Pradhan | Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, 2006 | Download.
  • Public Health Perspective on Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines: A compilation of studies prepared for WHO | by Carlos M. Correa. The South Centre, Geneva, 2016, ISBN 9789291620470 | Download.
  • Intellectual Property and Access to Science | by Carlos M. Correa | The South Centre Research Paper No. 69, July 2016 | Download 

1 comment:

  1. Needed to compose you a very little word to thank you yet again regarding the nice suggestions you’ve contributed here.
    ----------------------------------------------------
    Villas for sale algarve portugal

    ReplyDelete