Parallel imports of pharmaceutical products in the European Union / Mattias Ganslandt and Keith E. Maskus Ganslandt, Mattias; Maskus, Keith E.

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Ganslandt, Mattias ; Maskus, Keith E.
Gray market - European Union countries - Econometric models.; Drugs - Prices - European Union countries - Econometric models.; Trademarks (International law) - Econometric models.
Parallel imports are legitimately produced goods imported legally into a country without the authorization of a trademark, copyright, or patent holder. In the European Union, so long as a pharmaceutical manufacturer has placed a good on the market voluntarily, the principle of free movement of goods allows individuals or firms within the EU to trade goods across borders without the consent of the producer. What is the effect of these parallel imports?
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