Trade and Intellectual Property: Some Observations
By Anthony Mason
Intellectual property rights run counter to the interests of consumers and the public. They are also exploited in anti-competitive ways. On this account these rights should be qualified or subjected to competition regulation. The globalization of intellectual property exposes the interests of consumers and the public to greater risks unless appropriate mechanisms of protection are developed.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 16, Issue 3