|On Friday May 8th, 2015
University of Pennsylvania Law School, US
will present his research entitled:
Intellectual property systems all over the world are modeled on the one-size-fits-all principle. However important or unimportant, inventions and original works of authorship receive the same scope of protection, for the same period, backed by the same variety of legal remedies. Metaphorically speaking, all intellectual property is equal under the law. This equality comes at a heavy price. Society overpays for innovation by inflicting on society more monopoly losses than are strictly necessary to incentivize production. In addition, the equality principle gives all creators access to the same remedies, even when those remedies create perverse incentives.
The research seminar will be held in C/Pinar 18 Room P212 at 2:00 pm
If you would like to meet him, please send an email to Prof. Francisco Marcos (email@example.com)