Tag: National Policy Analysis #438

Profiting From the Work of Others: Why Weakening Prescription Drug Patent Protection is Bad Public Policy, by Eric Peters

A cornerstone of the free market -- and the individual initiative that keeps it running -- is the idea that any new invention or product will be protected by law against copycats who didn't do the work or invent anything, ...

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