Genetic engineering and the world trade system

Wüger, Daniel; Cottier, Thomas (eds.) (2008). Genetic engineering and the world trade system. World Trade Forum: Vol. 6. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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While the WTO agreements do not regulate the use of biotechnology per se, their rules can have a profound impact on the use of the technology for both commercial and non-commercial purposes. This book seeks to identify the challenges to international trade regulation that arise from biotechnology. The contributions examine whether existing international obligations of WTO Members are appropriate to deal with the issues arising for the use of biotechnology and whether there is a need for new international legal instruments, including a potential WTO Agreement on Biotechnology. They combine various perspectives on and topics relating to genetic engineering and trade, including human rights and gender; intellectual property rights; traditional knowledge and access and benefit sharing; food security, trade and agricultural production and food safety; and medical research, cloning and international trade.

Item Type:

Book (Edited Volume)

Division/Institute:

02 Faculty of Law > Department of Economic Law > Institute of European and International Economic Law

UniBE Contributor:

Wüger, Daniel and Cottier, Thomas

ISBN:

978-1107412835

Series:

World Trade Forum

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

Language:

English

Submitter:

Factscience Import

Date Deposited:

04 Oct 2013 15:08

Last Modified:

29 Jan 2015 09:48

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/29913 (FactScience: 162538)

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