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In this Article we report on the second installment in a planned series of experiments designed to determine whether transactions in intellectual property are subject to the valuation anomaly commonly referred to as the " endowment effect. " In previous work, 1 we conducted experiments that demonstrated a substantial valuation asymmetry between authors of(More)
Several recent case studies have explored industries in what Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman have described as intellectual property's " negative space " : areas in which creation and innovation thrive without significant protection from intellectual property law. These include such diverse industries as fashion, cuisine, magic tricks, stand-up(More)
  • PER HELLSTRÖM, FRANK MAIER-RIGAUD, +6 authors Wouter Wils
  • 2009
This essay explores the scope of the European Commission’s power to impose remedies in cases of abuse of a dominant position under Article 82 of the Treaty establishing the European Community.1 After introductory remarks regarding the legal basis and objectives of remedies, we delineate the Commission’s powers with respect to remedies. We then turn to give(More)
Despite considerable research suggesting that creators value attribution – that is, being named as the creator of a work – U.S. intellectual property (IP) law does not provide a right to attribution to the vast majority of creators. On the other side of the Atlantic, however, many European countries give creators, at least in their copyright laws, much(More)
With so much attention focused on small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and their critical importance to the revitalization of the economy, Professor Ed Hess has set out to debunk the myths of business growth and to set forth a research-based approach to SMB growth: growth can create value but if it is not properly managed it can destroy value. And in(More)
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