The Comedy of the Market

Nachbar, Thomas B.
May 2007
Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts;Spring/Summer2007, Vol. 30 Issue 3/4, p453
Academic Journal
The article discusses the flaws in the intellectual property laws in the U.S. and their implications on the propagation of knowledge and market restrictions. The author notes that intellectual property laws attempt to protect creations whose exclusivity of ownership is difficult or impossible to attain. The role of market rivalry in intellectual property regulations within the commercial context is discussed.


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