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This unique Handbook provides comprehensive coverage of the economics of copyright, and provides a useful teaching and learning resource. The chapters deal with the basic underlying principles, the main contributing literature and, in some cases, new extensions to the field.
Featuring expert contributors from around the world, this book offers insight into the vital theoretical and practical aspects of the economics of copyright. Topics discussed include fair use, performers’ rights, copyright and trade, online music streaming, internet piracy, copyright and visual art markets, and open source publishing. In addition to in-depth coverage of these timely topics, the authors also offer insightful predictions and policy recommendations for the future.
This Handbook will appeal to scholars, professors and students of both economics and law with an interest in the many ways that the two fields intersect.