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Intellectual Property Meets Economic Geography: Globalization, Inequality, And Innovation Strategies

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  • Luca Spinesi, 2009. "Intellectual Property Meets Economic Geography: Globalization, Inequality, And Innovation Strategies," Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Scottish Economic Society, vol. 56(s1), pages 508-542, September.
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