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ISBN13: 9781848447790
Published: August 2011
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes
Price: £466.00



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This path-breaking two-volume collection brings together seminal contributions by leading scholars to the vibrant literature on copyright that has emerged over the past few decades. Volume one consists of articles analyzing copyright from the perspective of history, philosophy and democratic theory. Volume two focuses on the economics of copyright, including monopoly theory, public goods theory, price discrimination, transaction cost economics and political economy. This important collection, with an original introduction by the editor, will be of great value to scholars, students and practitioners interested in the topical field of copyright, as well as the broader area of intellectual property law.

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Volume I Acknowledgements Introduction Christopher S. Yoo PART I THE HISTORY OF COPYRIGHT 1. Tyler T. Ochoa and Mark Rose (2002), 'The Anti-Monopoly Origins of the Patent and Copyright Clause' 2. Thomas B. Nachbar (2005), 'Monopoly, Mercantilism, and the Politics of Regulation' 3. Paul M. Schwartz and William Michael Treanor (2003), 'Eldred and Lochner: Copyright Term Extension and Intellectual Property as Constitutional Property' 4. Peter Jaszi (1991), 'Toward a Theory of Copyright: The Metamorphoses of AuthorshipA"' 5. Oren Bracha (2008), 'The Ideology of Authorship Revisited: Authors, Markets, and Liberal Values in Early American Copyright' PART II PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS 6. Justin Hughes (1988), 'The Philosophy of Intellectual Property' 7. Seana Valentine Shiffrin (2001), 'Lockean Arguments for Private Intellectual Property' 8. Jeanne L. Schroeder (2006), 'Unnatural Rights: Hegel and Intellectual Property' PART III DEMOCRATIC THEORIES 9. Neil Weinstock Netanel (1996), 'Copyright and Democratic Civil Society' 10. Shyamkrishna Balganesh (2009), 'Debunking Blackstonian Copyright' Volume II Acknowledgements An introduction to both volumes by the editor appears in Volume I PART I PUBLIC GOOD ECONOMICS, MONOPOLY AND PRICE DISCRIMINATION 1. William W. Fisher III (1988), 'Reconstructing the Fair Use Doctrine. IntroductionA" and Chapter IV- Economic AnalysisA"' 2. Michael J. Meurer (2001), 'Copyright Law and Price Discrimination' 3. Christopher S. Yoo (2004), 'Copyright and Product Differentiation' 4. Christopher S. Yoo (2007), 'Copyright and Public Good Economics: A Misunderstood Relation' PART II TRANSACTION COSTS AND THE NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS 5. Wendy J. Gordon (1982), 'Fair Use as Market Failure: A Structural and Economic Analysis of the BetamaxA" Case and its Predecessors' 6. Robert P. Merges (1996), 'Contracting into Liability Rules: Intellectual Property Rights and Collective Rights Organizations' 7. Abraham Bell and Gideon Parchomovsky (2009), 'The Evolution of Private and Open Access Property' 8. Clarisa Long (2004), 'Information Costs in Patent and Copyright' PART IV THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF COPYRIGHT 9. Jessica D. Litman (1987), 'Copyright, Compromise, and Legislative History' 10. Thomas B. Nachbar (2002), 'Constructing Copyright's Mythology' 11. Robert P. Merges (2000), 'Intellectual Property Rights and the New Institutional Economics'