Philip Stevens

Philip Stevens

Philip Stevens is the founder of Geneva Network, where he oversees all research, writing, communications and fundraising. Phillip has worked for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, in its Global Challenges Division where he worked on a range of IP and health issues. At WIPO, he also coordinated the agency’s cooperation with the World Health Organization and World Trade Organization in these policy areas.

Prior to his time with WIPO, Philip worked for several London-based policy think tanks, and has worked as a political risk consultant. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, Malaysia. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Durham University (UK).

For more information or to contact Phillip, please visit his Company Profile Page.

Posts by Philip Stevens

Unitaid’s Contradictory Approach to IP Rights Risks Progress

Founded in 2006 by the governments of France, the United Kingdom and several others, and financed by a combination of a tax on airline tickets and government grants, …
By Philip Stevens
2 years ago 1

Restricting Patents on New Combinations and Uses of Medicines Makes No Sense

IP-skeptics charge that these inventions are little more than a way for pharmaceutical companies to cynically prolong patent life and maximize profits, without providing any meaningful innovation. …
By Philip Stevens & Jack Ellis
4 years ago 5