2005年03月07日

TANSTAFP

There's No Such Thing As a Free Patent

by N. Stephan Kinsella

[Posted March 7, 2005]

[http://www.mises.org/fullstory.aspx?Id=1763]

[http://blog.mises.org/mt/comments?entry_id=3272]



”They simply assume that the amount of wealth or innovation or other social benefit proxy that the patent system facilitates is necessarily much greater than the (obviously nonzero) costs of such a system. Why this assumption? To my knowledge, studies have not conclusively establish that the benefits of the patent system outweigh its costs.[10] It is just assumed. It should not be.”



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