Leyton-Brown: Should Canada treat its intellectual property as a national asset?

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10 October, 2011

In a knowledge economy intellectual property is a national asset, and should be recognized, encouraged and celebrated as such.  But a mercantilist approach to intellectual property is as self and mutually damaging as trade mercantilism. 

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