The special issue also boasts an introduction from leading scholars, BS Chimni and David Trubek. And has been edited by another academic stalwart, Prof YS Lee.
Special Issue (2010): New Voices from Emerging Powers – Brazil and India
By: Bhupinder Chimni and David Trubek
Linking Promises to Policies: Law and Development in an Unequal Brazil
By: Diogo R. Coutinho
The Persistence of Formalism: Towards a Situated Critique beyond the Classic Separation of Powers
By: Jose R. Rodriguez
Development Bank, Law and Innovation Financing in a New Brazilian Economy
By: Mario Schapiro
John Rawls’ Justice as Fairness and the WTO: A Critical Analysis on the Initial Position of the Multilateral Agricultural Negotiation
By: Rafael Rosa Cedro and Bruno Furtado Vieira
Turning Trips on Its Head: An “IP Cross Retaliation” Model for Developing Countries
By: Shamnad Basheer
Exceptions and Limitations in Indian Copyright Law for Education: An Assessment By: Lawrence Liang
The Indian Competition Act: A Historical and Developmental Perspective
By: Shiju Varghese Mazhuvanchery
Product Patents and Access to Medicines in India: A Critical Review of the Implementation of TRIPS Patent Regime
By: Gopakumar K. M.
Transit and Trade Barriers in South Asia: Multilateral Obligations and Development Perspective
By: Prabir De
Stock Market and Shareholder Protection: Are They Important for Economic Growth?
By: Francis Xavier Rathinam and A. V. Raja