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November 10, 2006


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A few months ago, I linked to The Piracy Paradox: Innovation and Intellectual Property in Fashion Design by UCLAs Kal Raustiala and UVAs Chris Sprigman.  From the abstract: We argue that the fashion industry counter-intuitively operates ... [Read More]


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