Ferguson on patent policy in a broader context

In a speech on 'Patent Policy in a Broader Context' Roger Ferguson of the Federal Reserve said the U.S. patent process needs to protect intellectual property without stifling innovation, a balancing act that challenges those involved with patent policy.

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Remarks by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger W. Ferguson, Jr. at the 2003 Financial Markets Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Sea Island

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