ARTICLES : PARASITIC COMPETITION - ECONOMIC PARASITISM - RELATIONSHIP - APPROPRIATION OF THE WORK OF OTHER - SANCTION

Complexity and issues of the relationship between parasitic competition and economic parasitism

This article examines the relationship between parasitic competition and economic parasitism and their effects on the sanction of the appropriation of the work of others.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The theory of economic parasitism has a relationship with some neighbouring regimes that is sometimes difficult to define. For example, the most obvious relationships are those between free riding and counterfeiting, which are increasingly complex [1]and even merging [2]. Their articulation [3], which is necessary for the effective protection of investments, knowledge, reputation and the economic values of others, is traditionally based on the praetorian requirement of the distinct [4]fact. An accumulation of convictions based both on infringement and parasitism is thus subject to the existence of a fact distinct from the infringement which is attributable

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  • University Littoral-Cote d’Opale (Dunkerque)

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Rodolphe Mesa, Complexity and issues of the relationship between parasitic competition and economic parasitism, September 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 37278, pp. 82-88

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