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William Kerr is an expert in the economics of intellectual property and competitiveness. He has produced several books and articles on these subjects, including a leading treatise on the economics of IP damages (with co-author Dick Troxel), now in its 10th edition.
In more than 30 years as a professional economist, Dr Kerr has taught economics and statistics and advised government and private clients on issues ranging from tax policy to economic development, M&A matters and the development of international trade and licensing programmes. He has testified as an expert in litigation relating to intellectual property, antitrust issues, commercial disputes, international trade and employment and discrimination matters.
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