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Intellectual property rights in Uganda: reform and institutional management policy formulation.

Bakibinga, David J.

Abstract:
The Paper reviews the Law governing intellectual Property Rights in Uganda, identifies areas requiring reform relative to international treaties and the proposals of the Uganda Law Reform Commission. Finally is treatment of intellectual property rights management geared towards the development of research findings into innovations, transfer thereof to users and private sector aimed at their commercialization and exploitation.

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Title of Paper: Intellectual property rights in Uganda: reform and institutional management policy formulation.
Conference Name: Network of Academies of Sciences in Organisation of Islamic Countries (NASIC)
Conference Date: 2006-12-12
Published as Proceedings: no


Date:2006
Document Type:Conference Paper (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Research
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Intellectual Property Rights, Intellectual Property, Institutional Management, Institutional Policy, Policy, Patenting, Policy Making, Copyright, Uganda


File Size:103 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author
Date Added:03 March 2008


Bakibinga, David J. (2006) Intellectual property rights in Uganda: reform and institutional management policy formulation. Paper delivered at the Network of Academies of Science in Organisation of Islamic Countries (NASIC), International Seminar on Intellectual property and innovation. 12-14 Dec.2006 pp 1-16