27 Law & Pol'y [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/lawpol27 and id is 1 raw text is: Law & Policy
Volume 27, No. 1                                  January 2005
Special Issue on Law, Technology, and
Development
Guest Editors: Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen and
Shubha Ghosh
Law, Technology, and Development: Policy Debates
in the New Millennium
SHARMISTHA BAGCHI-SEN and SHUBHA GHOSH
Regulation of Technology Transfer to Developing
Countries: The Relevance of Institutional Capacity  6
KEVIN E. DAVIS
The Global Governance of Communicable Diseases:
The Case for Vaccine R&D                        33
DANIELE ARCHIBUGI and KIM BIZZARRI
Property Rights and the Control of Strategy:
Foreign Ownership Rules and Domestic Firm
Globalization in Indian Industry                52
PRADEEP K. CHHIBBER and SUMIT K. MAJUMDAR
Real Estate Transactions: Policy Considerations for
Law, Technology and Globalization               81
ROBIN PAUL MALLOY
Tax Havens: Renegade States in the International
Tax Regime?                                    100
LORRAINE EDEN and ROBERT T. KUDRLE
The Use of USPTO Continuation Applications in
the Patenting of Software: Implications for Free
and Open Source                                128
STUART J. H. GRAHAM and DAVID C. MOWERY
The Human Genome Diversity Project: The Politics
of Patents at the Intersection of Race, Religion,
and Research Ethics                            152
BITA AMANI and ROSEMARY J. COOMBE
Regulating Science and Technology: The Case of
the UK Biotechnology Industry                  189
HELEN LAWTON SMITH
LAW & POLICY, Vol. 27, No. 1, January 2005       ISSN 0265-8240
  2005 UB Foundation Activities Inc, for and on behalf of the Baldy Center for Law
and Social Policy and Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

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