Regulation And Enforcement Of Intellectual Property Rights For Agricultural Biotechnology In Developing Countries
Game theory and numerical simulation are used to analyze government's role in regulating IPRs for agricultural biotechnology in a developing country. An imported variety brings productivity gains and a negative externality. The relative effectiveness of corrective taxes or subsidies depends upon whether there is full enforcement of the IPRs.
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