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law and economics of antitrust and intellectual property

an Austrian approach

by Dina Kallay

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Published by E. Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA .
Written in

    Places:
  • Austria.
    • Subjects:
    • Intellectual property.,
    • Antitrust law.,
    • Intellectual property -- Economic aspects.,
    • Intellectual property -- Austria.,
    • Antitrust law -- Austria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-238) and index.

      StatementDina Kallay.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsK1401 .K35 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 241 p. ;
      Number of Pages241
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3693542M
      ISBN 101843766213
      LC Control Number2003068626

      The full text of this book, plus reader comments, is available on the publisher’s website. This monograph seeks to explain the expansion of intellectual property law over the last half century. Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and Materials eBook: Christopher R. Leslie: : Kindle Store5/5(1).

        Extract. A GENERAL YARDSTICK FOR THE SCOPE OF DOMINANT FIRMS’ IPRS US and EU antitrust rules are poorly defined prohibitions,1 which barely address certain firms’ practices.2 Economics is in an excellent position to imbue these rules with meaning3 because its primary aim is to explain firms’ behaviors.4 1 For such a well-established fact see, Author: Mariateresa Maggiolino. Intellectual Property and the Limits of Antitrust: A Comparative Study of US and EU Approaches (New Horizons in Competition Law and Economics) Katarzyna Czapracka `An excellent account of practice on both sides of the Atlantic regarding the .

      Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade . An Introduction to the Law and Economics of Intellectual Property Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Economic Perspectives 5(1) February .


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Law and economics of antitrust and intellectual property by Dina Kallay Download PDF EPUB FB2

'Dina Kallay's work is a pathbreaking application of Austrian economics to one of the most important regulatory issues facing globalizing economies - a refreshingly novel perspective on the intersection between intellectual property and antitrust law.'--Ronald J.

Mann, University of Texas, School of Law, USCited by: 2. Intellectual Property and Antitrust is a thorough, very well written, and conceived book. In a modest pages, the author brings together a deep knowledge on this complex mix of economics and law with the ability to present complicated and dense economic theory and legal reasoning in an informative and easily digestible by: 5.

There is a significant industrial organization (IO) economics literature on the economics of innovation and intellectual property (IP) protection. As some courts and antitrust agencies have recognized, the IO economics toolkit for business arrangements (e.g., vertical restraints, tying and bundling, etc.) involving IP rights is sufficiently Author: Jorge Padilla, Douglas H.

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With its clear focus, critical approach. ‘Intellectual Property and Antitrust is a thorough, very well written, and conceived book. In a modest pages, the author brings together a deep knowledge on this complex mix of economics and law with the ability to present complicated and dense economic theory and legal reasoning in an informative and easily digestible way.

Our intellectual property practice represents inventors, startups, and businesses in intellectual property disputes against some of the world’s largest technology companies. Our attorneys handle all phases of IP litigation, from pre-litigation licensing strategy to appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Get this from a library. The law and economics of antitrust and intellectual property: an Austrian approach. [Dina Kallay]. This Cambridge Handbook, edited by Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol, brings together a group of world-renowned professors in the fields of law and economics to assess the theory and practice of antitrust, intellectual property, and high tech.

With the increased globalization of. As you know, I am a big fan of the Antitrust Law Journal, which is produced by the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Law is the journal where antitrust lawyering meets antitrust economics and academics.

I like to hang out at this intersection. A couple weeks ago, another issue of the Antitrust Law Journal arrived. The Handbook of Antitrust Economics offers scholars, students, administrators, courts, companies, and lawyers the economist's view of the subject, describing the application of newly developed theoretical models and improved empirical methods to antitrust and competition law in both the United States and the European Union.

(The book uses the U. Healey, Deborah, Book Review: Intellectual Property, Competition Law and Economics in Asia by R. Ian McEwin (J ). Singapore Journal of Author: Deborah Healey.

In Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and Materials, Christopher R. Leslie describes how patents, copyrights, and trademarks confer exclusionary rights on their owners, and how firms sometimes exercise this exclusionary power in ways that exceed the legitimate bounds of their intellectual property rights.

In Part 2 below, I present a straightforward discussion of the economics of intellectual property and antitrust law. I show that the tension between antitrust and intellectual property law can be viewed within a common economic framework.

Part 3 presents modern examples of the patent-antitrust conflict. EconomicsAuthor: Keith N. Hylton. The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law Clifton R Musser Professor Emeritus of Law and Economics and Senior Lecturer William M Landes, William M.

LANDES, Richard A. Posner, Circuit Judge U S Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and Senior Lecturer Richard A Posner Limited preview - Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights – Outline of an Economics-based Approach in Drexl, J. (ed.), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Competition Law.

Munich: Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. This insightful book compares how the US and EU antitrust authorities have enforced Section 2 of the Sherman Act, and Article of the TFEU against monopolists' practices involving intellectual property rights.

Antitrust Enforcement and Intellectual Property Rights: Promoting Innovation and Competition: A Report Issued By the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. The term "intellectual property" refers to a loose cluster of legal doctrines that regulate the uses of different sorts of information.

The law of copyright protects "original forms of expression" -- novels, movies, musical compositions, computer software, etc. Patent law protects inventions -- machines, processes, (also) computer software, etc. Trademark law protects words and.

Intellectual property law and antitrust have been described as conflicting bodies of law, and the reason is easy to see.

Antitrust law aims to protect consumers from the consequences of monopolization. Intellectual property law seeks to enhance incentives to innovate by granting monopolies in ideas or expressions of ideas.

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The extensive discussion addresses. The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law - Ebook written by William M. LANDES, Richard A. Posner. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law.User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book, with its pragmatic, economic, and emphasis on maximizing social welfare, introduces, explains, illustrates, supports, questions, and criticizes the history, development, present status, and future of the major "branches" of Intellectual Property Law in the United States in a concise yet thorough manner.5/5(2).The Basic Economics of Intellectual Property The objective of intellectual property protection is to create incentives that maximize the difference between the value of the intellectual property that is created and used and the social cost of its creation, including the cost of administering the system.

Several specific issues are subsumed.