- Margaret Chon, Seattle University School of Law
- Pedro Roffe, International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development
- Ahmed Abdel-Latif, International Renewable Energy Agency, Abu Dhabi
Originally published by Cambridge University Press. Available from Cambridge Core.
THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNANCE, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, (Margaret Chon, Pedro Roffe, & Ahmed Abdel-Latif eds., 2018).
Chapter 01 - Charting the Triple Interface of Public–Private Partnerships, Global Knowledge Governance, and Sustainable Development Goals, Margaret Chon, Pedro Roffe, and Ahmed Abdel-Latif
Chapter 03 - Driving Innovation for Global Health through Multi-stakeholder Partnerships, Anatole Krattiger, Thomas Bombelles, and Ania Jedrusik
Chapter 04 - Creating, Managing, and Advancing Collaborations: The Road to Successful Partnerships, Katy M. Graef, Jennifer Dent, and Amy Starr
Chapter 05 - Patent Pooling in Public Health, Esteban Burrone
Chapter 06 - Intellectual Property in Early-Phase Research Public–Private Partnerships in the Biomedical Sector, Hilde Stevens and Isabelle Huys
Chapter 12 - Innovation Law and Policy Choices for Climate Change-Related Public–Private Partnerships, Joshua D. Sarnoff and Margaret Chon
Chapter 13 - How Do Climate Change and Energy-Related Partnerships Impact Innovation and Technology Transfer?: Some Lessons for the Implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Ayşem Mert and Philipp Pattberg
Chapter 14 - One Size Does Not Fit All: The Roles of the State and the Private Sector in the Governing Framework of Geographical Indications, Irene Calboli and Delphine Marie-Vivien
Chapter 17 - Sustainable Development through a Cross-Regional Research Partnership, Chidi Oguamanam and Jeremy de Beer