Viviana Munoz Tellez
Viviana Muñoz is a doctoral researcher at EPFL in the Chair in Economics and Management of Innovation as of March 2009. Ms. Munoz is also Manager of the Innovation and Access to Knowledge at the South Centre, an an intergovernmental organisation of developing countries based in Geneva, where she undertakes research and provides policy advice and negotiation assistance to developing countries on innovation and intellectual property issues, related to health, biodiversity, agriculture and transfer of technology. She holds a Master's degree in Development Management from the London School of Economics.
Muñoz V., Dispute Settlement Under the TRIPS Agreement: The United States–Brazil (2000) and United States–Argentina (2002) Patent Disputes, in Correa. C. Ed. (2010), Research Handbook On The Interpretation And Enforcement Of Intellectual Property Under Wto Rules, E.Elgar Publishing, UK. Muñoz V. (with Matthews D.), Bilateral technical assistance and the TRIPS agreement: the United States, Japan and the European Communities in comparative perspective, Journal of World Intellectual Property, Vol. 9, No. 6. (November 2006), pp. 629-653; Muñoz V. (with Waitara C.), An Analysis of the Impact of the Treaty on the Protection of Broadcasting Organisations and Cablecasting Organisations on Developing Countries, Research Paper 9, South Centre, (December 2006).