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Nobel pris i økonomi går til bl.a. kritik af patenter



Fra Slashdot:
doom writes "You've probably already heard that the Nobel Prize for
Economics was given to three gents who were working on advances in
mechanism design theory.

What you may not have heard is what one of those recipients was using
that theory to study: 'One recent subject of Professor Maskin's
wide-ranging research has been on the value of software patents. He
determined that software was a market where innovations tended to be
sequential, in that they were built closely on the work of predecessors,
and innovators could take many different paths to the same goal. In such
markets, he said, patents might serve as a wall that inhibited innovation
rather than stimulating progress.' Here's one of Maskin's papers on the
subject: Sequential Innovation, Patents, limitation (pdf).
http://www.researchoninnovation.org/patent.pdf

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