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Publications by Amy Kapczynski


PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Harmonization and its Discontents: A Case Study of TRIPS Implementation in India's Pharmaceuitcal Sector, California Law Review, 97 Calif. L. Rev. 1571 (2009) - PDF Version (5.21 Mb)

Commentary: Innovation Policy for a New Era, Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 37 J. of Law, Medicine & Ethics 264 (2009)

Is Bayh-Dole Good for Developing Countries? Lessons from the US Experience, Plos Biology, 6 Plos Biology e262, with Anthony D. So, Bhaven N. Sampat, Arti K. Rai, Robert Cook-Deegan, Jerome H. Reichman, and Robert Weisman (2008) - PDF Version (98 Kb)

The Access to Knowledge Mobilization and the New Politics of Intellectual Property, Yale Law Journal, 117 Yale L. J. 804 (2008) - PDF Version (4.9 Mb)

Addressing Gloabl Health Inequities: An Open Licensing Approach for University Innovations, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, 20 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1031, with Samantha Chaifetz, Zachary Katz, & Yochai Benkler (2005) - PDF Version (6.93 Mb)

Historicism, Progress, and the Redemptive Constitution, Cardozo Law Review, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 1041 (2005) - PDF Version (5.27 Mb)

Sexual Privacy and the Unexamined Limits of Antidiscrimination Law, Note, Yale Law Journal, 112 Yale, L. J. 1257 (2003) - PDF Version (2.26 Mb)

Queer Brinkmanship: Citizenship in a Time of War, Comment, Yale Law Journal, 112 Yale L. J. 673 (2002) - PDF Version (492 Kb)

SHORT PIECES

The Access to Knowledge Mobilization and the New Politics of Intellectual Property, Yale Law Journal Pocket Part, 117 Yale L. J. Pocket Part 262 (2008)

Linking Ideas to Outcomes: A Response, Yale Law Journal Pocket Part, 117 Yale L. J. Pocket Part 289 (2008)

OP-ED PIECES

The Draft Patent Law, The Hindu (Chennai, India), March 12, 2005, with Frederick M. Abbott & T.N. Srinivasan (2005)

Global Health and University Patents, Editorial, 301 Science 1629, with E. Tyler Crone & Michael Merson (2003) - PDF Version (940 Kb)

CHAPTERS

The Story of the TAC Case: The Potential and Limits of Socio-Economic Rights Litigation in South Africa, Human Rights Advocacy Stories, Foundation Press, with Jonathan Berger, (2009) - PDF Version (596 Kb)