Journals Higher Education



Published: 02 August 2016

280 Pages

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780198736264

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A new practitioner law publication

Economics for Intellectual Property Lawyers

Nicola Searle and Martin Brassell

  • The first book on economic concepts written for intellectual property lawyers by expert economists.
  • Introduces basic economic principles relating to intellectual property, such as supply and demand, cost structures, market structures, utility, incentives, cost-benefit analyses, the time-value of money, innovation, and economic growth.
  • Sets out the philosophies and principles which underpin economic debates in intellectual property.
  • Provides an analytical overview of how economic thought pertains to intellectual property rights such as patents, copyright, competition, trademarks, trade secrets, and related rights.
  • Lively and engaging style and modular format enables readers to read sequentially or quickly refer to specific topics.

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