Monday, May 10, 2010

Law and Development Review Special Issue on Brazil and India

The Law and Development Review, which I previously announced, has produced its second Special Issue (2010): New Voices from Emerging Powers - Brazil and India. To date, since the Inaugural Issue in 2008, there is Volume 1 (2008), Volume 2 (2009) and Volume 3 (2010) No. 1, No. 2 being this Special Issue. You can access all these past issues on the Berkeley Electornic Press WebsiteYou'll need a subscription to read the articles online, or you can read it for free either at a library that has a subscription, (UPDATED 6/6/2009) or via free guest pass if you are a nonprofit or an academic after filling out a form.

Articles of this current issue are:

  • Introduction (Bhupinder Chimni and David Trubek)
  • Linking Promises to Policies: Law and Development in an Unequal Brazil (Diogo R. Coutinho)
  • The Persistence of Formalism: Towards a Situated Critique beyond the Classic Separation of Powers (Jose R. Rodriguez)
  • Development Bank, Law and Innovation Financing in a New Brazilian Economy (Mario Schapiro)
  • John Rawls' Justice as Fairness and the WTO: A Critical Analysis on the Initial Position of the Multilateral Agricultural Negotiation (Rafael Rosa Cedro and Bruno Furtado Vieira)
  • Turning Trips on Its Head: An "IP Cross Retaliation" Model for Developing Countries (Shamnad Basheer)
  • Exceptions and Limitations in Indian Copyright Law for Education: An Assessment (Lawrence Liang)
  • The Indian Competition Act: A Historical and Developmental Perspective (Shiju Varghese Mazhuvanchery)
  • Transit and Trade Barriers in South Asia: Multilateral Obligations and Development Perspective (Prabir De)
  • Stock Market and Shareholder Protection: Are They Important for Economic Growth? (Francis Xavier Rathinam and A. V. Raja)
  • Product Patents and Access to Medicines in India: A Critical Review of the Implementation of TRIPS Patent Regime (Gopakumar K. M.)

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