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How Increased Competition from Generic Drugs Has Affected Prices & Returns in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Anna Cook. Examines the extent to which competition from generic drugs has increased since 1984, when the Drug Price Competition & Patent Term Restoration Act (also known as the Hatch-Waxman Act) created an abbreviated approval process for generic prescription drugs & at the same time extended patent terms for innovator drugs. Also analyzes how that competition has affected the returns from developing a drug. Contents: the effect of managed care on the pharmaceutical market; pricing & competition in the pharmaceutical market; & the effects of the Hatch-Waxman act on the returns from innovation. Charts & tables.
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