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245 00 Competition policy and patent law under uncertainty :
       |bregulating innovation /|c[edited by] Geoffrey A. Manne, 
       Joshua D. Wright. 
260    Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
300    1 online resource (x, 547 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gpt. 1.|tThe institutions of growth:|tLegalize freedom : 
       a chapter on law and policy for innovation and growth /
       |rRobert D. Cooter ;|tWhat is so special about intangible 
       property? : the case for intelligent carryovers /|rRichard
       A. Epstein --|gpt. 2.|tThe economics of innovation:
       |tBundling and unbundling in new technology markets : 
       seven easy pieces : the ideal is the enemy of the 
       efficient /|rStan J. Liebowitz and Stephen E. Margolis ;
       |tUnlocking technology : antitrust and innovation /
       |rDaniel F. Spulber ;|tCreative construction : 
       assimilation, specialization, and the technology life 
       cycle /|rMarco Iansiti and Gregory L. Richards --|gpt. 3.
       |tInnovation and competition policy:|tFavoring dynamic 
       over static competition : implications for antitrust 
       analysis and policy /|rDavid J. Teece ;|tAntitrust, 
       multidimensional competition, and innovation : do we have 
       an antitrust-relevant theory of competition now? /|rJoshua
       D. Wright ;|tAmerican and European monopolization law : a 
       doctrinal and empirical comparison /|rKeith N. Hylton and 
       Haizhen Lin --|gpt. 4.|tThe patent system:|tRewarding 
       innovation efficiently : the case for exclusive rights /
       |rVincenzo Denicolò and Luigi Alberto Franzoni ;|tPresume 
       nothing : rethinking patent law's presumption of validity 
       /|rDouglas G. Lichtman and Mark A. Lemley ;|tPatent notice
       and cumulative innovation /|rMichael Meurer --|gpt. 5.
       |tProperty rights and the theory of patent law:
       |tCommercializing property rights in inventions : lessons 
       for modern patent theory from classic patent doctrine /
       |rAdam Mossoff ;|tThe modularity of patent law /|rHenry E.
       Smith ;|tRemoving property from intellectual property and 
       (intended?) pernicious impacts on innovation and 
       competition /|rF. Scott Kieff --|gpt. 6.|tIntellectual 
       property and the antitrust : the regulation of standard-
       setting organizations:|tIncrements and incentives : the 
       dynamic innovation implications of licensing patents under
       an incremental value rule /|rAnne Layne-Farrar, Gerard 
       Llobet, and Jorge Padilla ;|tWhat's wrong with royalties 
       in high-technology industries? /|rDamien Geradin ;
       |tFederalism, substantive preemption, and limits on 
       antitrust : an application to patent holdup /|rBruce H. 
       Kobayashi and Joshua D. Wright. 
520    "The regulation of innovation and the optimal design of 
       legal institutions in an environment of uncertainty are 
       two of the most important policy challenges of the twenty-
       first century. Innovation is critical to economic growth. 
       Regulatory design decisions, and, in particular, 
       competition policy and intellectual property regimes, can 
       have profound consequences for economic growth. However, 
       remarkably little is known about the relationship between 
       innovation, competition, and regulatory policy. Any legal 
       regime must attempt to assess the tradeoffs associated 
       with rules that will affect incentives to innovate, 
       allocative efficiency, competition, and freedom of 
       economic actors to commercialize the fruits of their 
       innovative labors. The essays in this book approach this 
       critical set of problems from an economic perspective, 
       relying on the tools of microeconomics, quantitative 
       analysis, and comparative institutional analysis to 
       explore and begin to provide answers to the myriad 
       challenges facing policymakers"--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
650  0 Patent laws and legislation. 
650  0 Competition, Unfair. 
650  0 Technological innovations|xLaw and legislation. 
650  0 Antitrust law. 
655  0 Electronic book. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Manne, Geoffrey A. 
700 1  Wright, Joshua D. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tCompetition policy and patent law under 
       uncertainty.|dCambridge ; New York : Cambridge University 
       Press, 2011|z9780521766746|w(DLC)  2010054599
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