First aid for a badly injured patent system
By William Kingston
An academic lifetime of research on patents for invention led to conviction of how unfit for purpose current international arrangements have become, and to the proposal of several reforms (Kingston, 2010). What follows is the result of further reflection on how poorly the modern world system fulfils the original intention of patents. It explains how this has come about and offers two new suggestions for improvement.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 39, Issue 3