The effects of the TRIPS Agreement on international protection of intellectual property rights
AbstractDraft version ‐ final version forthcoming in International Trade Journal
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- Cardwell, Ryan T. & Ghazalian, Pascal L., 2012.
"The TRIPS Agreement as a Coercive Threat: Estimating the Effects of Trade Ties on IPR Enforcement,"
Trade Policy Briefs
145974, Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy Research Network.
- Cardwell, Ryan T. & Ghazalian, Pascal L., 2012. "The TRIPS Agreement as a Coercive Threat: Estimating the Effects of Trade Ties on IPR Enforcement," Working Papers 142376, Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy Research Network.
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