The Intersection of Public Goods, Intellectual Property Rights, and Partnerships: Maximizing Impact for the Poor
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This briefing paper, ‘The Intersection of Public Goods, Intellectual Property Rights and Partnerships: Maximizing Impact for the Poor’ was a companion piece to the set of proposed ‘Consortium Guiding Principles on the Management of Intellectual Assets’ (Principles) that were developed by the CGIAR Consortium. The objective of this paper was to set the context for understanding what intellectual asset management has meant across the CGIAR and how this understanding needs to evolve and expand to support the CRPs. It provides both a historical and theoretical context for equitable management of intellectual property within the CGIAR, as one pillar for achieving the goal of sustained impact on the ground.