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March 16, 2007: Robin Hanson on “Why Grants Won Over Prizes in Science”

Professor Robin Hanson is an economist, teaching at George Mason University.  Before becoming an economist, he worked as a physicist for NASA. On March 16 at KEI, Hanson presented his research on the history of grants and prizes as funding sources for scientific research.  The presentation was based on Hanson’s 1998 working paper, “Patterns of Patronage: Why Grants Won Over Prizes in Science.” (paper, presentation ).

March 8, 2007 Geneva Q&A Session on Thai White Paper

Knowledge Ecology International: Q&A Session on Thai White Paper (Facts and Evidences on the 10 Burning Issues Related to the Government Use of Patents on Three Patented Essential Drugs in Thailand)

Geneva, Switzerland
8 March 2007

Thiru Balasubramaniam 

 

KEI 2007 Special 301 Submission to USTR on Pharmaceutical Test Data Protection

KEI “Special 301” Submission to USTR on Pharmaceutical Test Data Protection

12 February 2007

Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) is a non-governmental organization that searches for better outcomes, including new solutions, to the management of knowledge resources.

CPTech Response to 2006 PhRMA “Special 301” Submission for Chile

March 2006

CPTech Response to 2006 PhRMA “Special 301” Submission for Chile

The “Special 301” Report is a report that the office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) submits annually to the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee on the adequacy and effectiveness of intellectual property rights protection around the world. The report identifies those countries that the USTR consider “deny adequate and effective protection for IPR or deny fair and equitable market access for U.S. persons that rely on intellectual property protection”.

U.S. DoS Cable: INTERFARMA BRIEFS CHARGE

Knowledge Ecology International - U.S. DoS Cable: INTERFARMA BRIEFS CHARGE - February 7, 2006
Wednesday, 03 October 2007

R 071517Z FEB 06 – February 7, 2006
FM AMEMBASSY BRASILIA

U.S. DoS Cable: REGIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND SUMMIT REVIEW

Knowledge Ecology International - U.S. DoS Cable: REGIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND SUMMIT REVIEW - August 2, 2005
Wednesday, 03 October 2007

R 021353Z AUG 05 – August 2, 2005
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO WESTERN HEMISPHERIC AFFAIRS DIPL POSTS
SUBJECT: OFFICIAL INFORMAL: REGIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND SUMMIT REVIEW ) JULY 25-29

Classified By: WHA/EPSC: LJGUMBINER FOR REASON 1.4(E)

U.S. DoS Cable: REGIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND SUMMIT REVIEW


R 151858Z JUL05 – July 15, 2005
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO WESTERN HEMISPHERIC AFFAIRS DIPL POSTS
SUBJECT: OFFICIAL INFORMAL: REGIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND SUMMIT REVIEW – JUL 4-8, 2005

(U) This is one of a series of informal, uncleared newsletters assembled by WHA/EPSC for use by embassy economic sections.  Items are drawn primarily from the Assistant Secretary Daily Activity Reports (ASDAR) prepared by WHA officers during the period July 4- July 8, 2005.

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U.S. DoS Cable: SOUTH AMERICA ESTH NEWS, NUMBER 58


R 082052Z JUL 05 – July 8, 2005
FM AMEMBASSY BRASILIA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC 2012
SUBJECT: SOUTH AMERICA ESTH NEWS, NUMBER 58

1. The following is the fifty-eighth in a series of newsletters, published by the Brasilia Regional Environmental Hub, covering environment, science and technology, and health news in South America…from news sources from across the region…

6. Brazil Initiates Compulsory Licensing Process for AIDS Drug
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