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Systemic and case-by-case responses to failures in markets for intangible goods

Wendy Gordon

Systemic and case-by-case responses to failures in markets for intangible goods

by Wendy Gordon

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Published by Law and Economics Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.,
  • Intellectual property -- Economic aspects -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wendy Gordon.
    SeriesLaw and economics workshop series -- WS 1996-97 (11)
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Faculty of Law. Law and Economics Programme.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16436723M

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Comparing systemic with case-by-case responses. For an intellectual property regime to have even a chance of producing more allocative gain than a "copy-liberty" regime, the intellectual property regime must produce resource packages that are tradable.

It must also minimize its deadweight costs and other imperfections. Results show that market and system failures affect service innovation, so that there are no economic reasons supporting any discrimination of policy actions against service activities.

Wendy J. Gordon, "Systemische und fallbezogene Losungsansatze fur Marktversagen bei Immaterialgutern (Systemic and Case-by-Case Responses to Failures in Markets for Tangible Goods)," in Okonomische Analyse der Rechlichen Organisation von Innovationen, C.

Ott & H. Schafer, eds., Verlag Mohr and Siebeck (). [German] [translated by Elisabeth. Types of Failures.  Monopoly Power  Missing Markets  Incomplete Markets  Externalities  Information Failure  Unstable Markets  Inequality.

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In a market economy, the market is the most important place for producers and customers to coordinate their actions. Most people immediately think of a physical marketplace, but it can also be virtual (a stock exchange) or abstract, such as a futures exchange.

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The analysis above is less a case for government intervention than it is a case against unfettered markets. Due to the forms of market failure discussed in this essay, it is clear that markets often create results that do not increase freedom, well-being, and efficiency as expected by many free market advocates.

However, when Barry went back to Auto Lube after three months to have his oil changed again, he was not satisfied with the service. The manager spoke to him only when he arrived and when he paid his bill. In addition, the manager was impatient and unfriendly during the interaction. New Product Success & Failure: Three Case Studies John Stephen Davis Previous studies have shown that the most influential factors in explaining new product success (market newness, product fit and focus, and production and technological synergy) are all associated with a conservative by: Gordon, Wendy J.

(), 'Systemische und fallbezogene Losungsansatze fur Marktversagen bei Immaterialgutern (Systemic and Case-by-Case Responses to Failures in Markets for Intangible Goods)', in Ott, Claus and SchŠfer, Hans-Bernd (eds.), Okonomische Analyse der rechtlichen Organisation von Innovationen, TŸbingen, Mohr, Markets and damages in sale of goods cases Bridge, Michael G.

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