Kenneth C. Shadlen
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Exchanging development for market access? Deep integration and industrial policy under multilateral and regional-bilateral trade agreements
KC Shadlen
Review of international political economy 12 (5), 750-775, 2005
2972005
The political economy of intellectual property protection: The case of software
KC Shadlen, A Schrank, MJ Kurtz
International Studies Quarterly 49 (1), 45-71, 2005
1482005
Globalisation, power and integration: The political economy of regional and bilateral trade agreements in the Americas
K Shadlen
The Journal of Development Studies 44 (1), 1-20, 2008
1222008
The political economy of AIDS treatment: intellectual property and the transformation of generic supply
KC Shadlen
International Studies Quarterly 51 (3), 559-581, 2007
1042007
The politics of patents and drugs in Brazil and Mexico: the industrial bases of health policies
KC Shadlen
Comparative politics 42 (1), 41-58, 2009
95*2009
Patents and pills, power and procedure: The North-South politics of public health in the WTO
KC Shadlen
Studies in Comparative International Development 39 (3), 76-108, 2004
862004
Democratization without representation: The politics of small industry in Mexico
KC Shadlen
Penn State Press, 2004
812004
Neoliberalism, corporatism, and small business political activism in contemporary Mexico
KC Shadlen
Latin American Research Review, 73-106, 2000
742000
Policy space for development in the WTO and beyond: the case of intellectual property rights
K Shadlen
702005
Political trade dependence and North–South trade agreements
MS Manger, KC Shadlen
International studies quarterly 58 (1), 79-91, 2014
612014
Politics of intellectual property: contestation over the ownership, use, and control of knowledge and information
S Haunss, KC Shadlen
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
542009
Health policy as industrial policy: Brazil in comparative perspective
KC Shadlen, EM Fonseca
Politics & Society 41 (4), 561-587, 2013
492013
The political contradictions of incremental innovation: lessons from pharmaceutical patent examination in Brazil
KC Shadlen
Politics & Society 39 (2), 143-174, 2011
48*2011
Orphaned by democracy: Small industry in contemporary Mexico
KC Shadlen
Comparative Politics, 43-62, 2002
362002
Challenges to India's pharmaceutical patent laws
BN Sampat, KC Shadlen, TM Amin
Science 337 (6093), 414-415, 2012
302012
Coalitions and compliance: the political economy of pharmaceutical patents in Latin America
KC Shadlen
Oxford University Press, 2017
272017
Intellectual property, trade, and development: can foes be friends?
KC Shadlen
Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International …, 2007
272007
Intellectual property, pharmaceuticals and public health: access to drugs in developing countries
KC Shadlen, S Guennif
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011
252011
Challenges to treatment: the price‐infrastructure trap and access to HIV/AIDS drugs
KC Shadlen
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 2004
222004
TRIPS implementation and secondary pharmaceutical patenting in Brazil and India
BN Sampat, KC Shadlen
Studies in Comparative International Development 50 (2), 228-257, 2015
212015
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