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Organizing for Influence: Developing Countries, Non-Traditional Intellectual Property Rights and the World Intellectual Property Organization

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This article has the aim of showing how institutions, in this case WIPO, can serve as the hub in a network of developing countries that helps them learn more about their options, build stronger coalitions, and produce specific policy recommendations that collectively strengthen their ability to resist new trade rules that are not in their development interests, in light of ongoing research by development economists that challenges the causal relationship of free trade and institutional harmonization to economic development.

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2016-12-11

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