Intellectual Property in the Twenty-First Century: Will the Developing Countries Lead or Follow?

Jerome H. Reichman, Duke Law School

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This article continues the author's contributions on the subject of intellectual property protection in developing countries, and focuses on how those developing countries with growing technological prowess should accommodate their own national systems of innovation to the worldwide intellectual property regime emerging in the post-TRIPS period, with a view to maximizing global economic welfare in the foreseeable future.