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The Economics of Copyright

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ISBN13: 9781843762638
ISBN: 1843762633
Published: August 2003
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Format: Hardback
Price: £80.00



Presenting a selection of research contributions, this volume covers issues that are at the forefront of the implementation and management of copyright. It touches on all aspects of copyright management including the effects of copyright piracy, optimal contractual arrangements between authors and publishers, copyright and antitrust issues and collective management of copyright. This selection of papers aims to show not only shows how fruitful the study of copyright from an economic theory perspective has been, but they also indicate the directions (and analytical tools) that should be of interest as research in this area flourishes.

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Contents:
Cack to the future - can copyright owners appropriate revenues in the face of new copying technologies?, Stan Liebowitz; pricing information goods inthe presence of copying, Paul Belleflamme; piracy, asymmetric information and product quality, Lisa N. Takeyama; copyright policy, cultural policy and support for artists, Ruth Towse; efficient distribution for copyright revenue, Jorge Alonso and Richard Watt; innovation of music, Tobias Regner; copyright and antitrust issues, Giovanni Ramello; self-help systems - good substitutes for copyright or new barriers to competition, Joelle Farchy and Fabrice Rochelandet; the market for intellectual property - the case of complementary oligopoly, Francesco Parisi and Ben Depoorter; are copyright collecting societies efficient organizations? An evaluation of collctive administration of copyright in Europe, Fabrice Rochelanet.