The Piracy Paradox Revisited (Response to Article by C. Scott Hemphill and Jeannie Suk in This Issue, P. 1147) - Stanford Law School

The Piracy Paradox Revisited (Response to Article by C. Scott Hemphill and Jeannie Suk in This Issue, P. 1147)

By Stanford Law School

  • Release Date - Published: 2009-03-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Stanford Law School
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The Piracy Paradox Revisited (Response to Article by C. Scott Hemphill and Jeannie Suk in This Issue, P. 1147) Stanford Law School read online review & book description:

INTRODUCTION For over two centuries the United States has used copyright and patent to stimulate the production of many forms of creativity. Over time these rights have grown more economically significant; today intellectual property (IP) law is rightly seen not as a fringe topic, but as part of the core of contemporary economic and cultural policy debates. Increasingly, both lawyerly and lay discussions about creativity in the arts and sciences touch upon issues of ownership, control, and incentives, which together comprise the foundational questions of IP law.

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