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Competition Policy, Intellectual Property Rights and Trade in an Interdependent World Economy

By Robert D. Anderson, Nuno Pires De Carvalho, and Antony Taubman

This volume examines a range of issues relating to the inter-relationships among competition policy, intellectual property rights, and international trade and investment flows in today’s global and knowledge-based economy. It is intended to survey the field systematically and to yield practical and policy insights that will be of interest both to scholars and practitioners, including persons working in national intellectual property offices, competition agencies, and international trade policy administrations, in addition to universities, think tanks, and other organizations.

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