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The intellectual property (IP) law has been forcefully challenged by scholars and anti-IP movement activists in recent years. The critiques from scholars mainly focused on the enclosure of information and knowledge enforced by IP law. And the activists of anti-IP movements argued for the open access to knowledge to promote creation. This study proposes an endogenous economic growth model highlighting the role of open-access knowledge in economic growth. The solution of the model shows that thedoi:10.5539/ijbm.v9n3p43 fatcat:mwnpdy2irrhtdhtzu24gj6tyhi