The patent system creates temporary monopolies, with the goal of providing incentives to would-be innovators. The question is, do patents—and for that matter, the rest of the regulatory structure for intellectual property—actually accomplish that goal? On this episode of the Capitalisn’t podcast, hosts Kate Waldock and Luigi Zingales start to answer that question by investigating one of the most powerful figures in intellectual property . . . Mickey Mouse.

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