TOWARDS A PRO-DEVELOPMENT AND BALANCED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REGIME. Duke University School of Law Annual Frey Lecture February 16, 2007 Joseph E. Stiglitz Columbia University. THE GOAL.
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School of Law
Annual Frey Lecture
February 16, 2007
Joseph E. Stiglitz
TO ENSURE THAT THE WORLD’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REGIME PROMOTES DEVELOPMENT, ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE, THE ADVANCEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE, AND OVERALL HEALTH AND WELL BEING
Knowledge, however, is not costless.
IMPLICATION: STRONGER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS MAY NOT LEAD EVEN TO FASTER PACE OF INNOVATION