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DO PATENT HOLDUP AND ROYALTY STACKING LEAD TO SYSTEMATICALLY EXCESSIVE ROYALTIES?

Einer Elhauge.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

September 2008; p ublished online September 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Law and Economics; Property Law; Antitrust Issues and Policies; Regulation and Industrial Policy. 17228 words.

Some recent literature has concluded that patent remedies result in systematically excessive royalties because of holdup and stacking problems. This article shows that this literature is...

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THE FTC, IP, AND SSOS: GOVERNMENT HOLD-UP REPLACING PRIVATE COORDINATION

Richard A. Epstein, F. Scott Kieff and Daniel F. Spulber.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

March 2012; p ublished online March 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Law and Economics; General Economics; Technological Change; Research and Development; History of Economic Thought (1925 onwards); Household Behaviour and Family Economics; Property Law; Microeconomics; Analysis of Collective Decision-making; Manufacturing; Welfare Economics; Antitrust Issues and Policies; Economic History; Production and Organizations; Market Structure and Pricing; Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainy; Regulation and Industrial Policy; Capitalist Systems; Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behaviour; Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance; History of Economic Thought (to 1925). 21147 words.

In its recent report entitled, “The Evolving IP Marketplace,” the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposes a far-reaching regulatory approach (Proposal) that is likely to interfere with the...

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INCENTIVE EFFECTS FROM DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO HOLDUP MITIGATION SURROUNDING PATENT REMEDIES AND STANDARD-SETTING ORGANIZATIONS

F. Scott Kieff and Anne Layne-Farrar.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

December 2013; p ublished online November 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Property Law; History of Economic Thought (1925 onwards); General Economics; Technological Change; Research and Development; Antitrust Issues and Policies; Production and Organizations; Market Structure and Pricing; Law and Economics. 16313 words.

Debates about patent policy often focus on the potential for the threat of a court-imposed remedy for patent infringement to cause manufacturing entities and others to suffer patent holdup,...

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Land Assembly and the Holdout Problem Under Sequential Bargaining

Thomas J. Miceli and Kathleen Segerson.

in American Law and Economics Review

December 2012; p ublished online November 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Property Law; Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics; Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance; Market Structure and Pricing. 5545 words.

Although the holdout problem is an established part of legal and economic lore, the exact source of the problem is not well understood. It is usually attributed to high transaction costs or...

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The myth of the early aviation patent hold-up—how a US government monopsony commandeered pioneer airplane patents

Ron D. Katznelson and John Howells.

in Industrial and Corporate Change

February 2015; p ublished online March 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Property Law; Technological Change; Research and Development; Antitrust Issues and Policies; Economic History; Manufacturing; Law and Economics; History of Manufacturing and Construction. 27018 words.

The prevailing historical accounts of the formation of the US aircraft “patent pool” in 1917 assume the US government necessarily intervened to alleviate a patent hold-up among private...

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THE PATENT POLICY DEBATE IN THE HIGH-TECH WORLD

Kirti Gupta.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

December 2013; p ublished online December 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Regulation and Industrial Policy; Property Law; Antitrust Issues and Policies. 15039 words.

Increases in patent awards and the growing economic importance of innovation have generated a debate among academics and public policy makers about the fundamental nature of the patent...

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Patents and patent policy

Bronwyn H. Hall.

in Oxford Review of Economic Policy

December 2007; p ublished online January 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Property Law; Antitrust Issues and Policies; Technological Change; Research and Development. 10824 words.

A patent is the legal right of an inventor to exclude others from making or using a particular invention. This right is sometimes termed an ‘intellectual property right’ and is viewed as an...

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SUBSTITUTING COMPLEMENTS

Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci and Francesco Parisi.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

September 2006; p ublished online November 2006 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Property Law; Welfare Economics; Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance; Market Structure and Pricing. 6043 words.

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The presence of multiple sellers in the provision of (nonsubstitutable) complementary goods leads to outcomes that are worse than those generated by...

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University licensing

Jerry G. Thursby and Marie C. Thursby.

in Oxford Review of Economic Policy

December 2007; p ublished online January 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Publicly Provided Goods; Education and Research Institutions; Property Law; Nonprofit Organizations and Public Enterprise. 10054 words.

Licensing of university inventions to industry has experienced rapid, recent growth. This growth is cited as evidence of university success in technology transfer and it suggests an...

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