Vol. 8 Nbr. 1-2, April 2006
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- Brazil's 'open and universal access' agenda undermines its own technological future.
- Brazil's incentive-less innovation is not a viable economic development model for LDCs.
- Rediscovering the value of intellectual property rights: how Brazil's recognition and protection of foreign IPRs can stimulate domestic innovation and generate economic growth *.
- I. Introduction Brazil must choose the right path: innovation vs. opportunism.
- II. Brazil challenges the established global IPR framework.
- III. The tools of innovation.
- IV. Acquiring the tools of innovation.
- V. Benefiting from foreign direct investment and IPR protection.
- VI. Conclusion--Brazil's conduct compromises its ability to acquire the tools of innovation.