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“…A purely rival good has the property that its use by one firm or person precludes its use by another, whereas a purely non-rival good has the property that its use by one agent in no way limits its use by another. Excludability relates to both technology and legal systems (Kobayashi & Andersson, 1994). A good is excludable if the owner can prevent others from using it.…”
Section: The Form Of Knowledgementioning
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“…A purely rival good has the property that its use by one firm or person precludes its use by another, whereas a purely non-rival good has the property that its use by one agent in no way limits its use by another. Excludability relates to both technology and legal systems (Kobayashi & Andersson, 1994). A good is excludable if the owner can prevent others from using it.…”
Section: The Form Of Knowledgementioning
“…A purely rivalrous good has the property that its use by one company or person precludes its use by another, whereas a purely non-rivalrous good has the property that its use by one agent in no way limits its use by another. Excludability relates to both technology and legal systems (Kobayashi & Andersson, 1994). A good is excludable if the owner can prevent others from using it.…”
Section: Knowledge and Knowledge Flowsmentioning