Copyrights in legal barriers to entry

Legal barriers to entry do NOT comprise: (1) outright governmental prohibition of entry. (2) protection of inventions by patent. (3) licensing and bonding restrictions. (4) substantial economies of scale. (5) copyrights for music, computer software and written work.

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