SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
- Bryan Mercurio and Marcus Krajewski (eds),< The Regulation of Services and Intellectual Property< (Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2013) 528 pgs.
- Bryan Mercurio and Kuei-jung Ni (eds),< Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests< (Oxford, United Kingdom, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2013) 296 pgs.
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘International Business Transactions: The Law of the World Trade Organization’ in The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG (ed),< The Laws of Australia (Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters, 2nd ed, 2013) 1001-1082.
- Arno Hold and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ‘After the Second Extension of the Transition Period for LDCs: How Can the WTO Gradually Integrate the Poorest Countries into TRIPS?’,< Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests< (Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group, 2013) 260-290.
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘Public Health Law Case Study: Plain Packaging of Tobacco Products’ in Siân M. Griffiths, Jin Ling Tang and Eng Kiong Yeoh (eds),< Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia< (Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 1st ed, 2014) 512-521.
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Potential Failure to Game Changer’ (2013) 14(1)< AIIA Policy Commentary< 21-30.
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: Ambitious Aims vs Political Reality’ (2013) 3(2)< KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation< 315-343.
- Bryan Mercurio and Daria Kim, ‘Patently Lacking: An Analysis and Call for Systemic Review of Pharmaceutical Law and Policy – A Case Study of in Hong Kong’ (2014) 9(1)< Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy< 63-122.
CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘Reassessing the relationship between TRIPS and Innovation’ (Paper presented at E15 meeting on ‘Trade and Innovation’ Geneva, Switzerland, 3 October 2013).
- Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Need to Modernize the WTO Agreements in Light of Climate Change and 21st Century Realities’ (Paper presented at NTHU Trade Policy Research Forum: Climate Change, Energy Resources and International Economic Law Hsin Chu, Taiwan, Institute of Law for Science & Technology of the National Tsing Hua University, 5 December 2013).
- Re-Evaluating Intellectual Property Rights in the World Trade Organization in Distinguished Lecture Series organized by Global Economic Law Network, the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (2014-06)