What is it about?
The paper examines the implication of International Intellectual Property (IP) laws and agreements on the sustainable development of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Developed Countries (DCs) and suggests approaches for improving the development and wellbeing of people in the developing world through national IP laws.
Why is it important?
The paper argues that generally international IP agreements may appear biased against developing countries and most DCs are reluctant to challenge the status quo and/or use the flexibilities of the international IP agreement to promote the wellbeing of their citizens.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr. Bethel Uzoma Ihugba and Ikenna Onyesi