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The Development AgendaGlobal Intellectual Property and Developing Countries$
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Neil Weinstock Netanel

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780195342109

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195342109.001.0001

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Innovation, Competition Policies, and Intellectual Property

Innovation, Competition Policies, and Intellectual Property

An Evolutionary Perspective and Its Policy Implications

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(p.429) 18 Innovation, Competition Policies, and Intellectual Property
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The Development Agenda
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Leonardo Burlamaqui

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195342109.003.0018

This chapter aims to contribute to a better understanding of the interactions among intellectual property (IP) issues, innovation, and development under a Schumpeterian perspective. It aims to build a more coherent framework within which the discussions of both institutional building and policy design towards development can proceed. After a brief introduction, section two attempts to link dynamic competition and innovation with IP issues from the angle of dynamic efficiencies and inefficiencies that are bound to show up. Section three introduces the concept of a market features approach conceived as a more suitable one to structure competition policies supporting innovation and a less restrictive IP regime. Section four articulates the previous ones by linking market features, IP with innovation, and the room for developmental strategies. Special attention is given to how competition policies should address IP issues under a market feature's approach, and to the institutional design of public agencies dealing with IP issues. The chapter concludes by summing up the policy and institutional implications raised before.

Keywords:   Schumpeterian, antitrust, competition, innovation, intellectual property, development, market failure, market features, dynamic efficiency, economics

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