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WIPO Journal - 2009 Issue 1

WIPO Journal - 2009 Issue 1

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* The Global Intellectual Property Order and its Undetermined Future
* The Pre-History and Establishment of the WIPO
* International Norm-Making in the Field of Intellectual Property: A Shift Towards Maximum Rules?
* Some Consequences of Misinterpreting the TRIPS Agreement
* Seizure of Generic Pharmaceuticals in Transit Based on Allegations of Patent Infringement: A Threat to International Trade, Development and Public Welfare
* Threshold Requirements for Copyright Protection under the International Conventions
* Rethinking Copyright Institution for the Digital Age
* Internet Piracy as a Wake-up Call for Copyright Law Makers – Is the “Graduated Response” a Good Reply?
* The Lisbon Agreement’s Misunderstood Potential
* What Is “Traditional Cultural Expression”?—International Definitions and Their Application in Developing Asia
* One Hundred Years of Progress: The Development of the Intellectual Property System in China
* The China-US Relationship on Climate Change, Intellectual Property and CCS: Requiem for a Species?
* Intellectual Property and the Transfer of Green Technologies: An Essay on Economic Perspectives
* “I Wouldn’t Want to Be Starting from Here”, or Why Isn’t Intellectual Property Research Better Than It Is?
* The Global Intellectual Property Order and its Undetermined Future
* The Pre-History and Establishment of the WIPO
* International Norm-Making in the Field of Intellectual Property: A Shift Towards Maximum Rules?
* Some Consequences of Misinterpreting the TRIPS Agreement
* Seizure of Generic Pharmaceuticals in Transit Based on Allegations of Patent Infringement: A Threat to International Trade, Development and Public Welfare
* Threshold Requirements for Copyright Protection under the International Conventions
* Rethinking Copyright Institution for the Digital Age
* Internet Piracy as a Wake-up Call for Copyright Law Makers – Is the “Graduated Response” a Good Reply?
* The Lisbon Agreement’s Misunderstood Potential
* What Is “Traditional Cultural Expression”?—International Definitions and Their Application in Developing Asia
* One Hundred Years of Progress: The Development of the Intellectual Property System in China
* The China-US Relationship on Climate Change, Intellectual Property and CCS: Requiem for a Species?
* Intellectual Property and the Transfer of Green Technologies: An Essay on Economic Perspectives
* “I Wouldn’t Want to Be Starting from Here”, or Why Isn’t Intellectual Property Research Better Than It Is?

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CONTENTS 2009 ISSUE NO:1
Foreword by Francis Gurry, Director General of the WorldIntellectual Property Organization
Articles
The Global Intellectual Property Order and its Undetermined Future
Peter K. Yu
The Pre-History and Establishment o the WIPO
Christopher May 
International Norm-Making in the Field o Intellectual Property: A Shit Towards Maximum Rules?
 Annette Kur 
Some Consequences o Misinterpreting the TRIPS Agreement
Susy Frankel
Seizure o Generic Pharmaceuticals in Transit Based on Allegations o Patent Inringement: AThreat to International Trade, Development and Public Welare
Frederick M. Abbott
Threshold Requirements or Copyright Protection under the International Conventions
Sam Ricketson
Rethinking Copyright Institution or the Digital Age
Yoshiyuki Tamura
Internet Piracy as a Wake-up Call or Copyright Law Makers – Is the “Graduated Response” a GoodReply?
 Alain Strowel
The Lisbon Agreement’s Misunderstood Potential
Daniel Gervais
What Is “Traditional Cultural Expression”?—International Defnitions and Their Application inDeveloping Asia
Christoph Antons
One Hundred Years o Progress: The Development o the Intellectual Property System in China
Handong Wu
The China-US Relationship on Climate Change, Intellectual Property and CCS: Requiem or aSpecies?
Peter Drahos
Intellectual Property and the Transer o Green Technologies: An Essay on Economic Perspectives
Keith E. Maskus
“I Wouldn’t Want to Be Starting rom Here”, or Why Isn’t Intellectual Property Research Better ThanIt Is?
 Jeremy Phillips
ANALYSIS AND DEBATEOF INTELLECTUALPROPERTY ISSUES
THE WIPOJOURNAL: 
GENERAL EDITOR: PROFESSOR PETER K. YU
 
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EDITORIAL BOARD
General Editor: Professor Peter K. Yu
Director of Intellectual Property Law, Drake University Law School, United States; Wenlan Scholar ChairProfessor, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China; Visiting Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong
Editorial Board:
ARGENTINA
Professor Guillermo Cabanellas
Cabanellas, Etchebarne, Kelly & Dell’oro Maini, Buenos Aires
GERMANY
Professor Joseph Straus
Professor of Intellectual Property and Patent Law, Universities of Munich and Ljubljana, Marshall B. Coyne;Visiting Professor of International and Comparative Law, George Washington, University Law School,Washington, D.C.
INDIA
Pravin Anand
Managing Partner, Anand and Anand, Mumbai
 JAPAN
John A. Tessensohn
Shusaku Yamamoto, Osaka
SOUTH AFRICA
Brian Wafawarowa
Founder and Managing Director, New Africa Books; Chairman, African Publishers’ Network 
SWEDEN
Professor Jan Rosén
Professor in Private Law and Vice Dean, Stockholm University
SWITZERLAND
Professor Thomas Cottier
Managing Director of the World Trade Institute and Professor of European and International Economic Law,University of Bern
UNITED KINGDOM
Professor David Llewelyn
Professor of Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, King’s College London; Partner White & Case, London
UNITED STATES
Professor Keith Maskus
Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder
Published in association with Thomson CompuMark, West and Scientifc.

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