James Allworth

Harvard Business School

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Fellow at the Forum for Growth and Innovation at Harvard Business School

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The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

Will Patent Reform Invigorate Innovation?

The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

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Hurricane Irene killed some Americans and changed the lives of many more. In days to come, we'll hear about the lasting impact of the disaster.

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