Published in Drug Law Weekly, June 19th, 2007
The theory of the "tragedy of the anticommons," put forth in 1998, claims that patents have the potential to stifle innovation in the biotechnology industry. The theory claims that too many patent holders of upstream technology may inhibit downstream innovation due to transaction costs and...
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