Scope Note: The following links are collected writings, creative and/or academic publications about Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) focusing on the Philippine setting.
Harvesting knowledge: The contested terrain of intelle(c)tual property rights in the Philippines
It is a dissertation printed at the University of Washington.
Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines
The official website of IPR provides information on how to patent literature, invention, and the like.
International Intellectual Property Institute
IIPI is a non-profit organization that promotes the importance of intellectual property rights for economic growth.
International Property Rights Index
A research-oriented group, IPRI provides studies on Legal and Political Environment, Physical Property Rights, and Intellectual Property Rights.
Intellectual Property Rights: Talking Points for RP-US FTA Negotiations
A discussion paper series focusing on "issues and questions on the adequacy of intellectual property laws, enforcement and protection of intellectual property rights and improved market access for persons and entities relying on intellectual property rights, in the light of the proposed negotiations for an RP-US Free Trade Agreement."
Republic Act No. 8293
The Philippine Law on IPR
Why Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Remains Entrenched in the Philippines
An article by Andrew Jaynes published in Pace International Law Review.
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Compiled by: Yolanda F. Odsinada
Date: June 2011