Comparative Politics Workshop: International Change and Domestic Responses: Social Coalitions and Patent Politics in Latin America in the 1990s
Tuesday, October 8th, Buffett Center; 12:15pm-2:00pm (lunch served)
Ken Shadlen, London School of Economics
International Change and Domestic Responses: Social Coalitions and Patent Politics in Latin America in the 1990s
Ken Shadlen (Ph.D. in Political Science, University of California, Berkeley) specializes in comparative and international political economy. His current research addresses the politics of intellectual property (IP), and the politics of North-South economic integration. He also works on the political economy of bilateral and regional trade agreements and the World Trade Organization. Shadlen will compare initial responses to TRIPS (Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights) in Latin America’s three largest economies, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico.
Coordinated by Ana Arjona, PhD Political Science and Rodrigo Barrenechea, Political Science: email@example.com
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