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Dominance, Innovation, and Efficiency: Modifying Antitrust and Intellectual Property Doctrines to Further Welfare

This Article examines a number of problematic areas in which the antitrust and intellectual property laws fail, or have failed, to attain the efficiency and welfare goals that underlie them. Although some of the areas in question have been separately … Continue reading

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