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The economic structure of intellectual property law

by William M. Landes

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Intellectual property -- United States,
    • Intellectual property -- Economic aspects

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementWilliam M. Landes, Richard A. Posner.
      ContributionsPosner, Richard A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF2979 .L36 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 442 p. :
      Number of Pages442
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3686840M
      ISBN 100674012046
      LC Control Number2003050882

      creation of intellectual property. The emphasis is on copyright law, which, perhaps because of its complex legal structure and the relative neglect by economists of the arts and entertainment, has tended to be slighted in the conventional economic analysis of intellectual property, relative to patent law, where economic analysis can. Park, Walter G. (), “Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Policy: - present” in Robert Wright and Tom Zeiler (eds.), Guide to U.S. Economic Policy, Chap New York: CQ Press. To learn more about American University’s online MA in Economics, request more information or call us toll free at

      Both law and economics and intellectual property law have expanded dramatically in tandem over recent decades. This field-defining two-volume Handbook, featuring the leading legal, empirical, and law and economics scholars studying intellectual property rights, provides wide-ranging and in-depth analysis both of the economic theory underpinning intellectual property law, and the use of. Intellectual property starts with economics. Intellectual property law is, at its most basic, an attempt to remedy a failure in the market for knowledge. We want more knowledge in society, but the nature of knowledge tends to discourage (or technically, underencourage) efforts to create and share new ideas.

      PAPER 3: ECONOMIC AND COMMERCIAL LAWS ( Marks) PART A I. Foreign Exchange Management II. Foreign Trade Policy and Procedures III. Competition and Consumer Protection IV. Intellectual Property Rights V. Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation VI. Law relating to Transfer of Property VII. Law relating to Stamps VIII. Richard Allen Posner (/ ˈ p oʊ z n ər /; born Janu ) is an American jurist and economist who was a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago from until , and is a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law is a leading figure in the field of law and economics, and was identified by The Journal of.


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Varieties of Economic Analysis The large majority of the writers who have attempted economic analyses of intellectual property have relied, explicitly or implicitly, on the "Kaldor-Hicks" criterion (also known as the "wealth-maximization" criterion or "potential pareto superiority") which counsels lawmakers to select a system of rules that maximizes aggregate welfare measured by consumers.

To understand the law of intellectual property, and the muddle we’re now in, you must first understand the law of physical property and the social objectives of that law. When lawyers speak of a “property right,” say to a parcel of land, they mean simply that the holder of the right is entitled to invoke the aid of the state to prevent.

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