The politics of the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines : world pharmacy and India

Lofgren, Hans 2013, The politics of the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines : world pharmacy and India, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India.

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Title The politics of the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines : world pharmacy and India
Author(s) Lofgren, Hans
Editor(s) Lofgren, Hans
Publication date 2013
Total pages 368
Publisher Social Science Press
Place of Publication New Delhi, India
Keyword(s) pharmaceutical industry
access to medicines
multinational companies
TRIPS
AIDS
India
Brazil
developing countries
public health
Summary The Pharmaceutical Industry presents one of India’s most successful stories of economic expansion and improvements in public health. Indian firms have made access to quality medicines possible and affordable in many developing countries. Indian pharmaceuticals are also exported on a large scale to the United States and other highly regulated markets. A wave of mergers, acquisitions and tie-ups point to growing integration between Indian firms and global pharma multinationals.

The Politics of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Access to Medicines: World Pharmacy and India examines this important industry from different economic, social and political perspectives. Topics covered include the implications of TRIPS-compliant intellectual property rights, the role of flexibilities under TRIPS, the market regulation system, the role of Indian firms in exporting HIV/AIDS medications to Africa, the issue of free trade agreements, the power and reach of foreign pharmaceutical multinationals in India’s domestic market, and the sustainability of India as a major generics supplier.
ISBN 9788187358664
Language eng
Field of Research 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
160510 Public Policy
160512 Social Policy
Socio Economic Objective 920206 Health Inequalities
HERDC Research category A7 Edited book
Copyright notice ©2013, Social Science Press
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30049898

Document type: Book
Collection: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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