The World Bank Legal Review : Law and Justice for Development, Volume 1
Publisher: Washington, DC: World Bank and Kluwer Law International
Subject: Information and Communication Technologies - ICT Policy and Strategies Law and Development - Legal Products Education - Education for the Knowledge Economy Macroeconomics and Economic Growth - Knowledge Economy Environmental Economics and Policies Environment
Legal and regulatory aspects of E-Commerece and the Internet, by Hank Intven, Rdichard Pfohl, Cheryl Slusarchuk, and Barry Sookman. Intellectual property rights and the protection of public health in developing countries, by Carlos M. Correa. Assessing a bill in terms o... View more
1 The study was published in a three-volume series entitled Voices of the Poor. Deepa Narayan et al., Can Anyone Hear Us? (World Bank 2000); Deepa Narayan et al., Crying Out for Change (World Bank 2000); Deepa Narayan & Patti Petesh, From Many Lands (World Bank 2002).