The Political-Economy of Reform of Intellectual Property Protection

Taimoon Stewart

Abstract


The new Intellectual Property regime needs to be understood in its international political and economic context if we are to understand what led us to this juncture i.e., in the case of Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica, the race to meet a deadline for revising and implementing our intellectual property laws well in advance of the deadline required by the World Trade Organization.


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