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IP Literature Watch: November 2022

November 30, 2022
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Among the pieces featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a paper providing an overview of the competition law challenges that must be addressed in the eSports sector; a study providing a cost-benefit analysis of the first public health-oriented patent pooling and licensing institution; a paper constructing a new dataset on the dynamic ownership of firms by tracking the M&A transactions among acquirers and targets that are either public or private; a study analyzing the role of noncompete laws affecting employee entrepreneurship for aggregate innovation and growth; an article arguing that copyright law is malleable enough to fulfill some of its traditional functions in this new technology-aided environment; and a paper developing a new taxonomy on the key determinants of using intellectual property rights as collateral.

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