The Law and Economics of Antitrust and Intellectual Property: An Austrian Approach

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University of Michigan Law School, Jan 1, 2004 - Law - 241 pages
"This book provides a theoretical appraisal of the complex issues that arise when antitrust and IP considerations seem to be at odds with one another. It offers an alternative to the Chicago school of antitrust, and makes a contribution to the Austrian school of economics. Lawyers, industrial economists and academics working on IP, antitrust and competition will all find this to be an informative volume. It will also be a source of reference for anyone interested in philosophy of property rights."--BOOK JACKET.

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