(Due to some bad decisions during the recent migration of our web page from Drupal 6 to WordPress, we have a lot of broken links on our web page. This page will be more useful as we reconstruct several of the broken links.)
The main areas of work for KEI are described in more detail in the linked pages that are given below, in our sections organized by the fora of knowledge governance negotiations, or by using the KEI web page search engine. It is pretty much impossible to create a single unified structure that works for everything, so the web page search engine will be your friend, if you know what you are looking for.
Historically, most of KEI’s work has been divided into two general areas – topics relating to innovation and access to medical technologies (I+A), and those relating to more general topics of access to knowledge (A2K). Over time, KEI’s work has branched into several other areas, such as those that relate to the economic and policy models to enhance the supply of creativity and innovation as a public good, and topics as diverse as nuclear proliferation and privacy, which are exceptions to access.
Below are a few links to pages that show our work in specific fields (note: this list is currently under construction and will be continually updated):
- Innovation and access to medical technologies
- Cancer Drugs
- Orphan/Rare diseases
- A standalone page on delinking R&D costs from product prices: Delinkage.org
- U.S. Government-Funded Inventions
- CAR T-cell Technologies
- Compulsory licensing of patents
- Multilateral Negotiations
- Access to Knowledge
- Trade policy including plurilateral negotiations
- Competition Policy
- New models of funding the supply of knowledge and other goods
- Proposal for a WTO agreement on the supply of public goods
- Proposals for global agreements on research and development
- The Blur-Banff Proposal
- Proposals for delinking R&D costs from prices of medical products and service.
- Evidence, data, History
- Nuclear Proliferation