One of the problems with the economic progress in the transition countries from socialism to market economy is the state of property rights. You can improve business environment, trade, or monetary systems but never progress if the property (rights) is not protected well.
INESS in collaboration with the American Language of Liberty Institute organized this summer the seventh international educational event in a row, the 2013 Liberty camp.
Moreover, the protection of property rights is one of the most important principles that are respected by successful countries.
Despite their differences, the authors agree in the necessity to reappraise patent and copyright law from a liberal point of view. The current state of law doesn’t adequately meet the requirements of a manageable and incentive-compatible intellectual property rights regime.