The Economics of Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries

Image: Flickr, Embassy of Equatorial Guinea
Image: Flickr, Embassy of Equatorial Guinea

Lessons from a Literature Review

Conventional economic theory asserts that inefficient markets result from a product or service for which there are no ready substitutes being provided by a single seller (i.e. a monopoly).

SAIIA sincerely thanks those who acted as peer reviewers for these papers.

3 Jun 2009