In June 2018, the European Union (EU) delivered the following statement on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest at the WTO TRIPS Council. The EU voiced a specific concern over a reference in the WTO submission by China and South… Continue Reading
More on 1498 here: https://www.keionline.org/cl/28usc1498 There is a discussion of compensation under 28 USC §1498 in Remuneration Guidelines for Non-Voluntary Use of a Patent on Medical Technologies. UNDP and World Health Organization. 2005 (pages 18-21 in the UNDP edition, and… Continue Reading
1997 James Love, Call for More Reliable Costs Data on Clinical Trials, The Marketletter, January 13, 1997. 2017 James Love, Orphan Drugs Designations and Approvals have Something to Say about Risks, Bill of Health, September 25, 2017. James Love, What… Continue Reading
Orphan Drug R&D Costs
The Managers Amendment for the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” is available on the Senate Finance web page here: https://www.finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/11.20.17%20Tax%20Cuts%20and%20Jobs%20Act.pdf I was looking over the Orphan Drug Tax Credit (ODTC) language. The earlier Senate Finance proposal was a more complex… Continue Reading
This was delivered the afternoon on October 3, 2017.
Opening statement of Knowledge Ecology International – WIPO General Assembly 2017
Thank you, Mr. Vice President.
KEI notes the controversies around the world regarding the costs and benefits of intellectual property policies, including in particular extended terms of copyright protection in some countries, access to copyrighted works out of commerce and in teaching and research, and the role of patents in both promoting and discouraging innovation, and creating barriers to access medicine.
Notes on the Blur Banff proposal* KEI Research Note 2013:1 February 1, 2013 This is a brief note on the Blur/Banff proposal for a system of decentralized decision making and competitive intermediaries to provide money to support recorded music that… Continue Reading
2000: Paying for health care R&D – Carrots and Sticks James Love* First draft: October 18, 2000 Revised October 19, 2000 *Thirukumaran Balasubramaniam provided research for this paper. Table of Contents Introduction Failures of the Market Investors cannot appropriate all… Continue Reading
How much does it cost to develop a new drug? James Love Consumer Project on Technology http://www.cptech.org April 2, 2000 Prepared for the April 2, 2000 meeting of the MSF Working Group on R&D in Geneva. How much does it… Continue Reading
Call for More Reliable Costs Data on Clinical Trials James Love January 13, 1997Abstract The following is an article titled “Call for More Reliable Costs Data on Clinical Trials,” Published in the January 13, 1997 issue of the Marketletter, on… Continue Reading