1. General Context 2. Implications for Developing Countries 3. Implementing the TRIPS Agreement in the Patents Field: Options for Developing Countries 4. Changing National Laws: The Case of Latin America and the Caribbean 5. Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technologies 6. Access to Plant Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property Rights 7. The Upcoming Review of the TRIPS Agreement 8. Options for Implementing the TRIPS Agreement in Developing Countries: Report of a Group of Experts
Professor CARLOS M CORREA is at the University of Buenos Aires. A lawyer and an economist, he specialises in technology and intellectual property rights. His books include Intellectual Property Rights, the WTO and Developing Countries (Zed Books/Third World Network, 2000). Professor NAGESH KUMAR is at the Research and Information System for Developing Countries, New Delhi.