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Mercado de Medicamentos, Regulación y Políticas Públicas

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  • Hernán Jaramillo Salazar


  • José Manuel Restrepo Abondano


  • Catalina Latorre Santos


Este documento tiene el propósito de analizar el documento de Fedesarrollo: "Efectos económicos y sociales de la regulación sobre la industria farmacéutica colombiana: El caso de los estudios de bioequivalencia y biodisponibilidad de los secretos empresariales y las buenas prácticas de manufactura" Zuleta and Junca (2001), tanto en sus aspectos conceptuales y metodológicos, como de resultados. El estudio se centra en tres aspectos esenciales: la exigencia de estudios de biodisponibilidad y bioequivalencia (ByB) relacionados con la obtención-renovación de registros sanitarios por parte de la industria farmacéutica; el secreto empresarial relacionado con la calificación de la información que sustenta los registros, y la aplicación de las medidas relacionadas con las buenas prácticas de manufactura (BPM).

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL ROSARIO in its series BORRADORES DE INVESTIGACIÓN with number 004328.

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Length: 26
Date of creation: 31 Aug 2003
Handle: RePEc:col:000091:004328
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  4. Arora, Ashish, 1996. "Contracting for tacit knowledge: the provision of technical services in technology licensing contracts," Journal of Development Economics, Elsevier, vol. 50(2), pages 233-256, August.
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