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December 2023
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5G communications technologies will transform entire industries around the world and are already a core element of the mobile communications and automotive ecosystems. 5G and Beyond brings together some of the world's leading thinkers in law, economics, and competition policy, drawn from academia, government, and industry, to lay the intellectual foundation for sound innovation and competition policy in wireless-enabled environments. Contributors include former heads of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, Commissioners of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and International Trade Commission, distinguished academics, and industry leaders. Chapters provide economically grounded and empirically informed analyses of the innovation policy issues involved in the development and adoption of 5G-enabled computing and communications technologies in the Internet of Things. This title is also available as open access on Cambridge Core.

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  • 5G and Beyond
    pp i-ii
  • 5G and Beyond - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Intellectual Property and Competition Policy in the Internet of Things
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Dedication
    pp v-vi
  • Contents
    pp vii-viii
  • Contributors
    pp ix-x
  • Foreword
    pp xi-xiv
  • Why Patents Are Critical for Standards-Based Technologies
  • Preface
    pp xv-xx
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xxi-xxii
  • Part I - Intellectual Property and Competition Policy in Global Wireless Markets
    pp 1-50
  • Part II - Patent Holdup, Royalty Stacking, and the FRAND Standard
    pp 51-108
  • 4 - The Fair Division of Surplus from a FRAND License Negotiated in Good Faith
    pp 79-108
  • Part III - Patent Holdout and the Rise of “Efficient” Infringement
    pp 109-152
  • 5 - Efficient Infringement in the SEP Space
    pp 111-128
  • Part IV - Transactional Solutions
    pp 153-192
  • Redesigning SEP Licensing Markets
  • Part V - Patent Enforcement, Wireless Markets, and Global Competitiveness
    pp 193-262
  • Index
    pp 263-266


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