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COMMUNITIES OF INNOVATION

COMMUNITIES OF INNOVATION

This Article examines and evaluates the theory that patent
holders privately self-correct the government’s excessive apportionment of
patent rights by means of various cooperative efforts including patent pools,
research consortia, and similar licensing collectives. According to some
experts, these efforts are proof that market participants have the wisdom
and the will to collectively disarm their patent arsenals in order to advance
long-term innovation. But until now, this theory of market self-correction
has not been evaluated through empirical study. Drawing on interviews and
original research, this Article provides an ethnographic view of collective
patent licensing episodes. Amidst these stories of success and failure,
cooperation and conflict, the picture that emerges is more complex than
theory alone predicts: government policies, the backward-looking concern
of litigation over existing products, and various social goals significantly
influence collective patent licensing. This study suggests some important
refinements to theory and points the way forward for industry, lawmakers,
and the public to begin a new discussion about the role of collective
behavior in our patent system.
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