Analysis of Options for Implementing Disclosure of Origin Requirements in Intellectual Property Applications - A Contribution to UNCTAD's Response to the Invitation of the Seventh Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity

Seventh Conference of the Parties of The Convention on Biological Diversity, UNCTAD/DITC/TED/2004/14 (2006).

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Joshua D. Sarnoff

DePaul University College of Law

Carlos M. Correa

University of Buenos Aires (UBA) - Faculty of Social Sciences

Date Written: 2006

Abstract

Comprehensive analysis prepared for UNCTAD and the Convention on Biological Diversity regarding issues in developing a multilateral treaty to require disclosures of the origin of genetic resources and/or associated traditional knowledge (and related information) in patent and other intellectual property applications.

Keywords: patent, genetic resources, disclosure of origin, convention on biological diversity, nagoya protocol

JEL Classification: K32, K33, K39, O34, O39

Suggested Citation

Sarnoff, Joshua D. and Correa, Carlos M., Analysis of Options for Implementing Disclosure of Origin Requirements in Intellectual Property Applications - A Contribution to UNCTAD's Response to the Invitation of the Seventh Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (2006). Seventh Conference of the Parties of The Convention on Biological Diversity, UNCTAD/DITC/TED/2004/14 (2006)., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2278629 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2278629

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