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This book is concerned with a dynamic area of European law: the tension between intellectual property and EC competition law. It demonstrates how, both under the EC Treaty and as a matter of economic policy, EC competition law must provide a set of outer limits to, and a framework of rules which regulate, the exploitation and licensing of intellectual property rights (IPRs).
It provides a template of the EC competition law rules as they relate to IPRs and explores how such a template can be applied to existing IPRs and adapted to new technologies such as telecommunications and information technology. This new paperback edition now makes it accessible to individual academics and students and will have appeal throughout Europe.