As vaccinations progress at a high rate in the United States and other developed countries, it’s important to ask what can be done to expand the supply of vaccines across the world – particularly to developing countries. What constraints do manufacturers face when trying to expand the supply of vaccines, how can we distribute them as widely as possible, and what role does the patent system play in the vaccine supply chain? 

Expanding Vaccine Availability: The Role of Patents and Available Policy Solutions


Kodiak Hill-Davis, Niskanen Center (moderator)

Daniel Takash, Niskanen Center

Charles Duan, R Street Institute