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Ali Mohd. Iqbal Kumar M. Ashok

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ISBN 10: 818387164X ISBN 13: 9788183871648

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Item Description: Serials Publications. Book Condition: New. pp. xxviii + 426 , Illus. Bookseller Inventory # 7572651

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M. Ashok Kumar,Mohd. Iqbal Ali

Published by Serials Publications (2008)

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Item Description: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Since the establishment of WTO, the issue of protection and harmonization of Intellectual Property Rights has been gaining momentum. The developed countries have been in particular, keen for implementation of the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement in the developing countries. The main Agreement in favor of stricter and tighter intellectual property and patent rights is that in absence of the same, conducive environment for encouraging innovations cannot be provided. Supporters of universal IPP (Intellectual Property Protection) regimes argue that inventions and innovations take place at a faster rate when patent rights are well-defined and protected legally. Thus they contribute to the process of economic development and hence beneficial for developing countries. The need to balance between enforcement of intellectual property rights and meeting the technological needs of developing countries became a key theme in the Uruguay Round negotiations. This book is the outcome of the papers presented at a Two-Day National Level Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights organized by Department of Economics, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, New Delhi held in the last week of November, 2006. An altogether 42 papers were presented covering various dimensions on the impact of Intellectual Property Rights and few of them highlighted the conceptual background of IPR, copyrights, trade marks, patent rights and the implication of WTO on various sectors of the economy including agriculture. We hope this book will be very useful to the researchers, policy makers, social scientists to probe further on the role of Intellectual Property Rights in the globalization era. Printed Pages: 426. Bookseller Inventory # 46566

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M. Ashok Kumar,Mohd. Iqbal Ali

Published by Serials Publications (2008)

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Item Description: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Since the establishment of WTO, the issue of protection and harmonization of Intellectual Property Rights has been gaining momentum. The developed countries have been in particular, keen for implementation of the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement in the developing countries. The main Agreement in favor of stricter and tighter intellectual property and patent rights is that in absence of the same, conducive environment for encouraging innovations cannot be provided. Supporters of universal IPP (Intellectual Property Protection) regimes argue that inventions and innovations take place at a faster rate when patent rights are well-defined and protected legally. Thus they contribute to the process of economic development and hence beneficial for developing countries. The need to balance between enforcement of intellectual property rights and meeting the technological needs of developing countries became a key theme in the Uruguay Round negotiations. This book is the outcome of the papers presented at a Two-Day National Level Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights organized by Department of Economics, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, New Delhi held in the last week of November, 2006. An altogether 42 papers were presented covering various dimensions on the impact of Intellectual Property Rights and few of them highlighted the conceptual background of IPR, copyrights, trade marks, patent rights and the implication of WTO on various sectors of the economy including agriculture. We hope this book will be very useful to the researchers, policy makers, social scientists to probe further on the role of Intellectual Property Rights in the globalization era. Printed Pages: 426. Bookseller Inventory # 46566

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M Ashok Kumar and Mohd Iqbal Ali

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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Item Description: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Since the establishment of WTO the issue of protection and harmonization of intellectual property rights has been gaining momentum. The developed countries have been in particular keen for implementation of the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement in the developing countries. The main agreement in favor of stricter and tighter intellectual property and patent rights is that in absence of the same conducive environment for encouraging innovations cannot be provided. Supporters of universal IPP (Intellectual Property Protection) regimes argue that inventions and innovations take place at a faster rate when patent rights are well defined and protected legally. Thus they contribute to the process of economic development and hence beneficial for developing countries. The need to balance between enforcement of intellectual property rights and meeting the technological needs of developing countries became a key theme in the Uruguay Round negotiations. This book is the outcome of the papers presented at a Two day National Level Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights organized by Department of Economics Kakatiya University Warangal Andhra Pradesh sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development Govt. of India New Delhi held in the last week of November 2006. An altogether 42 papers were presented covering various dimensions on the impact of Intellectual Property Rights and few of them highlighted the conceptual background of IPR copyrights trade marks patent rights and the implication of WTO on various sectors of the economy including agriculture. This book will be very useful to the researchers policy makers social scientists to probe further on the role of Intellectual Property Rights in the globalization era. Bookseller Inventory # 68903

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N Linga Murthy; T Jyothi Rani; G Rajaiah; K Venkat Narayana; Mohd Iqbal Ali and M Ashok Kumar

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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Item Description: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Editors. 1. On linkages between population and environment some evidences from India/Gopal K. Kadekodi. 2. Water pollution and its effects an analysis/R.G. Desai and K.K. Birla. 3. Forest policies and management in India/Balasubramanian and V. Dhulasi Birundha. 4. Eco tourism policies problem and prospects/M. Rajadurai and Dhulasi Birundha Varadarajan. 5. Environmental awareness and pollution towards Indian environment/P. Anitha and Dhulasi Birundha Varadarajan. 6. Marine oil pollution/G. Jamuna Rani. 7. Development riddle progress vs pollution The song of Musi River/K. Muthyam Reddy. 8. Environmental pollution causes and concerns/K. Dasaratharamaiah K. Dona Thimmappa and M. Krishna Naidu. 9. Environmental concerns of economic development and analysis of challenges and priorities/K. Nageswara Rao. 10. Environment and health hazards/K. Jayalakshmi. 11. Radioactive pollution/J. Maheswari. 12. Vehicular pollution/G. Radhika. 13. Eroding bio diversity man animal conflict/S. Malini. 14. Impact of coalmine industrial effluents on productivity of pulse crop/S. Radha Krishna and C.H. Paramageetham. 15. Sustainable development in India some issues and challenges/N. Vijaya. 16. Social environment a study of slums in Andhra Pradesh/N.T.K. Naik S. Mansoor Rahman and H. Akther Rahman. 17. Environmental pollution and health problems of the workers in sugar industries a study/G. Bhaskar. 18. Impact of urbanization on environment/M. Erragattu Swamy. 19. Population and environmental degradation in India/S. Bhanu Baba Saheb. 20. NEP to NEP New Economic Policy to New (National) Environmental Policy/A. Satyam and M. Venkat Narayana. 21. Impact of agricultural development on environment/A. Bala Krishna K. Kishore Babu and P. Narasimha Rao. 22. Environmental pollution and sustainable economic development/S. Vidya Sagar and N.M. Das. 23. Environmental pollution impact and evaluation a policy approach/B.V. Raghavendar M.N. Swarna and B. Sambasiva Rao. 24. Strategies for sustainable development/G. Satyanarayana Y. Kesava Reddy and M. Reddy Rao. 25. Urban environmental management ecosystem approach/M. Sankara Reddy M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Ramu. 26. Environment and health hazards/T. Vijayalakshmi. 27. Technology environment and relevance of Gandhiji/B. Madhukar and G. Surya Prakasa Rao. 28. Modern intensive agriculture and environmental problems in India/K. Manuja Devi and K. Ravinder Reddy. 29. Environment forestry and tribals a view point/K. Mohan Reddy and S. Vidya Sagar. 30. Impact of urbanization on environment a study/K. Padma Latha. 31. Prospects and environmental problems of aquaculture case study of a village in Nellore District/K. Venkata Subbaiah. 32. Impact of water pollution on rural livelihood a study/P. Venkateswarlu. 33. Environmental protection in terms of health for the productive generation/Leelabhaskar. 34. Sustainable development and legal issues/T. Jithender Rao. 35. Environmental concerns social issues and economic development/G. Mallikarjun Mohd. Iqbal Ali and M. Ashok Kumar. 36. Environmental problems an overview/P. Srinivasa Rao T. Krishna Kumar and Lakkireddy Satyam. 37. Environment sustainable development/R. Ramudu. 38. Using of pesticides effect on environment and health perspective/K. Yadagiri. 39. Human displacement and environmental problems in rehabilitation a study/M. Pushpalatha T. Damodar and B. Lakshman Rao. 40. A study on sanitation and women's health problems in rural areas/B. Suresh Lal. 41. Environmental issues problems and prospects/K. Sudhakar and Sri Manda Ravinder. Index. Environment and Development are not the two separate entitles but linked together in a complex system of cause and effect. Environmental problems arise as a consequence of lack of development and from unprotected and unintended consequences of economic growth. It is a by product of modern development growth and equity. As per the traditional theory economic development refers to a process of econo. Bookseller Inventory # 70447

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