Emory Law Journal Online
The Inequalities of Innovation will be rightly understood as a major scholarly assessment in intellectual property and innovation law for its naming of three key inequalities: the inequality of wealth and income, the inequality of opportunity to innovate, and the inequality of access to innovation. This Essay complicates the triadic framework discussed in The Inequalities of Innovation by interrogating its relationship to status harm and social identity and its relationship to broader discussions of social identities such as race and the law.
Status, Subject, and Agency in Innovation,
Emory L. J. Online
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.emory.edu/elj-online/44