Intellectual Property Rights as a Signal
Despite results from both theoretical and empirical literature that show the benefits of increasing intellectual property rights (IPR) protection, some developing countries are still reluctant to adopt a strong IPR regime. This paper offers an alternative perspective capturing the above observation using a very simple signaling model.
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