Sunday, August 21, 2011

Top 10 New IP Paper Downloads

What are the most downloaded IP papers that were posted on SSRN in the past 60 days? Aside from Bessen's article, the list is entirely new since I posted it in July:
  1. [2063 downloads] A Generation of Software Patents, by James E. Bessen (Research on Innovation)
  2. [341 downloads] Implications of WTO Law for Plain Packaging of Tobacco Products, by Tania S. Voon & Andrew D. Mitchell (Melbourne Law School)
  3. [309 downloads] Did Phillips Change Anything? Empirical Analysis of the Federal Circuit’s Claim Construction Jurisprudence, by Lee Petherbridge (Loyola LA) & R. Polk Wagner (Penn)
  4. [252 downloads] Making Sense of Fair Use, by Neil W. Netanel (UCLA)
  5. [199 downloads] An Empirical Analysis of Fair Use Decisions under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy, by David A. Simon (Fellow at Harvard)
  6. [131 downloads] The Effect of Piracy on the Quality of Information Goods, by Atanu Lahiri & Debabrata Dey (U Wash - Michael G. Foster School of Business)
  7. [127 downloads] Distributive Justice and Consumer Welfare in Antitrust, by Herbert J. Hovenkamp (Iowa)
  8. [109 downloads] Commercializing Property Rights in Inventions: Lessons for Modern Patent Theory from Classic Patent Doctrine, by Adam Mossoff (George Mason)
  9. [106 downloads] Copyright's Asymmetric Uncertainty, by Steven J. Horowitz
  10. [101 downloads] Intellectual Property Law Course Structure, by Tabrez Ahmad (KIIT)

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