The Knockoff Economy

Contends that creativity can thrive in the face of piracy, arguing that the imitation of great designs forces an industry to innovate more quickly, and looks at examples of areas in which the practice has been accepted.

The Knockoff Economy

Author: Kal Raustiala

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195399781

Page: 272

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Contends that creativity can thrive in the face of piracy, arguing that the imitation of great designs forces an industry to innovate more quickly, and looks at examples of areas in which the practice has been accepted.

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