"Kauffman, The Foundation of Entrepreneurship."
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Includes bibliographical references.
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The importance of law in promoting innovation and growth / Robert Cooter, Aaron Edlin, Robert E. Litan, and George Priest Producing law for innovation / Gillian Hadfield Universities and economic growth: the importance of academic entrepreneurship / Robert E. Litan and Robert Cook-Deegan U.S. policy regarding highly skilled immigrants: change whose time has come / John E. Tyler with input from Peter H. Schuck How to improve five important areas of financial regulation / Hal Scott How financial regulation might harness the power of markets / Frank Partnoy Tax policy and growth / Alan D. Viard Advancing antitrust law to promote innovation and economic growth / George Priest Contract, uncertainty, and innovation / Ronald J. Gilson, Charles F. Sabel, and Robert E. Scott Torts, innovation, and growth / Gideon Parchomovsky and Alex Stein The effects of modern tort law on innovation and economic growth / George Priest Land use regulation, innovation, and growth / Nicole Garnett Growth-oriented law for the networked information economy: emphasizing freedom to operate over power to appropriate / Yochai Benkler Digital firm formation / Oliver Goodenough Can the patent office be fixed? / Mark Lemley Digital innovation in governance: new rules for sharing and protecting private information / John Henry Clippinger Innovation and growth through open access to scientific research: three ideas for high-impact rule changes / Victoria Stodden Innovating our way to disasters? Incentivizing secure platforms for growth's future / Benjamin Wittes Legal process and the discovery of better policies for fostering innovation and growth / Henry N. Butler and Larry E. Ribstein The political economy of reform: some concluding thoughts / Robert E. Litan.