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Monday, January 19, 2009

I ran across this book by Boldrin and Levine while perusing the Penn Bookstore the other day. Haven't read it yet, but I'm particularly enthusiastic that they use a term other than "intellectual property." As far as alternative terms go, Intellectual Monopoly isn't half bad.