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POLS3054 Seminar Paper

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Seminar paper on the Transpacific Partnership Agreement using an article from the Foreign Affairs.

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Foreign relations Law Government International trade Trade blocs Intangible assets 114th United States Congress Trans-Pacific Partnership Intellectual property TRIPS Agreement Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement Thomas J Bollyky
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Foreign relations Law Government International trade Trade blocs Intangible assets 114th United States Congress Trans-Pacific Partnership Intellectual property TRIPS Agreement Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement Thomas J Bollyky
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The authors draw on some empirical evidence from past agreements to show that whilst the volume of pharmaceuticals consumed has increased, there has been no “particular uptick” in more expensive, branded medicines over generics due to intellectual property (IP) provisions. In this critical analysis, I will rely on theories of regime complexity, analytical liberal accounts of domestic interest groups as well as ideas of competitive regionalism to suggest that the article’s analysis of trade agreements obscures the greater political and historical implications of the TPP. Specifically, the article fails to situate the TPP in the historical continuity of an inc...
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