Pathway From Poverty? Intellectual Property And Developing Countries
CEP Special Papers from Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
This new report, published in association with the IPI is the first wide-ranging analysis of the economic studies done on intellectual property laws. It concludes that there are some benefits from intellectual property protection; but that strengthening such protection may not always boost economic welfare and might even reduce it, even in developed countries.
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