Competition Policy and Intellectual Property Rights in the Knowledge-Based Economy
|Competition Policy and Intellectual Property Rights in the
Knowledge-Based Economy, part of the Industry Canada Research Series,
examines the balance between encouraging competition and protecting
intellectual property. The underlying theme of the volume suggests that
government policy should be designed to encourage innovation and competition
while protecting intellectual property rights to ensure the returns from
innovation are not undermined. This series of articles discusses various
aspects of this topic, including consumers, anti-trust, network industries,
research and development and more.
Produced by Industry Canada. Published by University of Calgary Press, 1998.
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