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IP Literature Watch: April 2022

April 27, 2022
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Among the pieces featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a paper on how technology transfer is used to influence product market behavior, market prices and quantities and the welfare effects thereof; a paper examining how spillover effect of public firm innovation disclosures on the patent trading market; a study examining voluntary disclosure after successful technological innovations and the associated cost of equity capital (COEC) consequences; an article conducting the first comprehensive empirical study of the role of the PHOSITA across patent litigation; an article elaborating a theory of decentralized intellectual property (De-IP) to explain the phenomenon of NFTs; a study investigating how easing international transactions through improved legal institutions can result in divergent trade patterns for different economies; and a paper comparing the scenarios of exclusive licenses and cross-licenses under the existence of partial vertical integration.

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