IP Literature Watch: October 2023

October 30, 2023
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In this month’s IP Literature Watch we include a piece offering insights to regulators seeking to understand monopolization and privacy implications of confirming the validity of using open-sourced images versus imagining a reality of curated or licensed datasets; a note revisiting the impossibility result shown by Watanabe and Muto (2008) that almost all outcomes cannot be in the core of a patent licensing game; a study comparing the compulsory licensing system under patent law in India, United States of America, and the United Kingdom; a piece analyzing an endogenous growth model to quantify how permanent structural policy changes that enhance the fiscal policy mix, markets’ functioning, and public institutions’ quality affect long-term growth and welfare; a series providing salient discussion of training data, copyright, the processes of training models and generation, and future research directions; and a paper studying the economic consequences of anti-loss trafficking rules, which disallow the use of loss carry-forwards as tax shield after a substantial ownership change.

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