Antitrust, Patents, and Copyright: EU and US Perspectives
François Lévêque, Howard A. Shelanski
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Law - 223 pages
In modern markets innovation is at least as great a concern as price competition. The book discusses how antitrust policy and patent and copyright laws interact to create market dynamics that affect both competition and innovation.
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Redefining the Role of Competition Agencies
2 Unilateral Refusals to License in the US
3 The Application of the Essential Facility Doctrine to Intellectual Property Rights under European Competition Law
Implications for Antitrust
Interoperability Licensing in the EU Microsoft Case
6 Adverse Selection and the Legal Protection of Intellectual Property Rights
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