Terrific podcast about IP economics

Intellectual property law involves balancing a broad range of economic and societal interests, as University of Chicago law professor Richard A. Epstein deftly explains on a recent episode of Hearsay Culture.

Some of the best discussion I've heard to date (and certainly recently) about the economics of intellectual property in the technological era can be found in Episode #31 of Dave Levine's Hearsay Culture.  The guest is University of Chicago law professor and Hoover Institution fellow Richard A. Epstein.  Professor Epstein brings a wealth of historical perspective and insight to our most critical intellectual property issues, and examines the policy considerations likely to figure prominently in determining our most high profile intellectual property disputes.

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