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Four Changes to trade rules to facilitate climate change action
Aaditya Mattoo , Arvind Subramanian
Posted on: 24 Jan 2014
Topics:   Environment , Trade


Global climate cooperation has collapsed but the need for action has not disappeared. This column argues that only radical technological progress can reconcile climate-change goals with development. It argues that four changes in WTO trade rules could facilitate climate-change action and technological advances without unduly damaging trade.
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India’s disputed ruling on pharmaceuticals and patents
Arvind Subramanian
Posted on: 10 Apr 2013

On April 1 2013, the Supreme Court of India rejected the attempt by Novartis, the Swiss pharmaceutical company, to patent a new version of the leukemia drug Glivec. The verdict follows previous rulings that granted compulsory licenses to an Indian generic drug manufacturer for a kidney cancer drug (Nexavar) patented by Bayer. This article discusses five important questions raised by these rulings.
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Property rights and technology transfer: Evidence from developing countries
Sunil Kanwar
Posted on: 01 Mar 2013

The transfer of technology to poorer countries is essential for development. This column asks how this process is affected by intellectual property rights and whether the data can provide some policy insights.
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