Routledge/RIPE studies in global political economy ; 25.
"Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge."
Formatted Contents Note
chapter Introduction: Genetic resources and the internationalisation of the state chapter 1 The regulation of nature in post-Fordism chapter 2 On the value of nature: The Convention on Biological Diversity and the commercialisation of genetic resources chapter 3 Limits to commercialisation? Genetic resources in agriculture and the conflict over a multilateral exchange system chapter 4 Politicising intellectual property rights: The conflicts around the TRIPS Agreement and the World Intellectual Property Organization chapter 5 The relevance of the national and the local: The disputes over a valorisation paradigm in Mexico and Chiapas chapter 6 Contested terrains: Towards a neo-Poulantzian approach to International Political Economy.