Commons and Anticommons
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Commons and Anticommons

Michael Heller

In this extensive research review, Michael Heller contextualizes selected papers and provides scholars and policy-makers with an entry point into this rapidly evolving field. In reviewing a judicious selection of articles he shows how commons and anticommons metaphors inform debates at the innovation frontier, ranging from patent thickets to broadcast spectrum licensing.
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