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Let’s outlaw academic copyright: Harvard law professor

Doing away with copyright for academic publications would be “socially desirable” – so long as universities canned their expensive journal subscriptions and used the money to cover the costs of publication, according to Harvard Law School professor of law and economics, Steven Shavell.

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