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PCAARRD PB 2002-2: From Laboratories to the Market: The Legal Regime for the Transfer of Government-funded Research to the Commercial Sector

This paper studied the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980, the first legislation to mandate a uniform and comprehensive federal implementation of the “title-in-contractor” policy in comparison with “title-in-government” policy, on facilitating the transfer of government-funded research results from universities to the commercial sector in the U.S. This paper explored the feasibility of adopting Bayh-Dole-like arrangements for projects funded by PCARRD and presented three legal pathways if PCARRD adopts arrangements similar to those in the Bayh-Dole Act.

Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development
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Ochave, Jose Maria, A. ; intellectual property; Bayh-Dole Act; title-in-contractor; title-in-government; technology transfer policy;
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