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rivality

(raɪˈvælɪtɪ)
n
1. rivalry
2. obsolete equality of rank
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(13.) Moulier-Boutang (2004) says that: "indefinite reproduction of knowledge with a null cost, makes practically, rules and sanctions (provided to obligate consumers to pay) ineffective, inapplicable (...) Goods as knowledge and information has not the characters of exclusive, rivality, divisibility, transferability, difficulty of production and shortage that allows to commodity its use, its results and reproduction and, to make applicable the property rights in an effective way".
Industrial structure, market rivality and politic policy.Journal of Law Economic Organization, 16, 1-10.