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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.2.2009.tde-18112011-135309
Document
Author
Full name
Viviane Amaral Gurgel
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Basso, Maristela (President)
Barbosa, Denis Borges
Silveira, Newton
Title in Portuguese
O acordo sobre aspectos dos direitos de propriedade intelectual, relacionados ao comércio (TRIPS) e a convenção sobre diversidade biológica (CBD): paradoxos, compatibilidades e desafios, sob a perspectiva dos países em desenvolvimento
Keywords in Portuguese
Biodiversidade
Direito internacional privado
Engenharia genética
Propriedade intelectual
TRIPS
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tem por escopo estudar a interface do Acordo TRIPS com o a Convenção sobre Diversidade Biológica, sob a perspectiva dos países em desenvolvimento. Para tanto, resgata a construção epistemológica Ocidental do conhecimento, direito, propriedade intelectual e desenvolvimento. Esta base teórica constituída é questionada pela CDB, que apresenta direitos relativos ao acesso de recursos genéticos e / ou conhecimento tradicional que subvertem a ordem estabelecida de geração do conhecimento e acumulação econômica. Tal subversão é parte integrante de movimento maior que questiona o próprio modelo de desenvolvimento e a relação Norte e Sul. Esta pesquisa contextualiza a estruturação legal e organizacional do tema e revisa as contribuições de autores que estudam este, sistematizando-as. Com este arcabouço, ela levanta hipóteses e reflete sobre as respostas destas, identificando paradoxos, compatibilidades e desafios. Apresenta (ndo) se, por fim, uma análise da governança institucional deste tema, através de uma nova configuração cognitiva e legal do mesmo.
Title in English
The agreement on trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) and the convention biological diversity (CBD): paradox, compatibilityand challenges under the perspective of developing countries
Keywords in English
CBD
Genetic resources
Intellectual property
Traditional knowledge associate
TRIPS agreement
Abstract in English
This MA dissertation aims at studying the interface of the 'TRIPS Agreement' with the 'Convention on the Biological Diversity', under the view of the developing countries. As such, it ransoms the epistemologic building of the Ocidental knowledge, as well as the rights, intelectual property and development. This theoretical basis is questioned by 'CDB', which presents rights related to the access of genetic resourses/ and the traditional knwledge, which subvert the established order of knowledge generation and economic accumulation. Such subvertion is part of a larger movement that questions its own development model and the North/ South relation. This research contextualizes the legal orgazing structuralization of the theme and revises the contributions of authors that study it, systematizing them. With this backbone, it rises hypotheses and thinks of these hypotheses, identifying paradoxes, compatibilities and challenges. It finally presents an analysis of the institutional governing of this theme, via a new cognitive and legal configuration of the same.
 
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2011-11-29
 
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