3. Harmony of interest assumption between authors and publishers (creators and producers/investors)

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This field includes studies that examine the common assumption of a harmony of interests between creators (e.g. authors, performers) and investors (e.g. publishers, producers), a simplifying hypothesis that facilitates analytical solutions, which however finds weak empirical support. Papers included under this category also examine collecting societies and relate to the area of contract theory.


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  • 3. Harmony of interest assumption between authors and publishers (creators and producers/investors) (55)

3. Harmony of interest assumption between authors and publishers (creators and producers/investors) is a fundamental issue defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies involve this issue (55):

 Citation
Arai and Kinukawa (2014)Arai, Y. and Kinukawa, S., 2014. Copyright infringement as user innovation. Journal of Cultural Economics, 38(2), pp.131-144.
Astle and Muir (2002)Astle, P.J. and Muir, A., 2002. Digitization and preservation in public libraries and archives. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 34(2), pp.67-79.
Bently (2002)Bently, L. (2002). Between a rock and a hard place: The problems facing freelance creators in the UK media market–place. London: Institute of Employment Rights. ii. Canada.
Bjork (2012)Björk, B.C., The Hybrid Model for Open Access Publication of Scholarly Articles–a Failed Experiment?.
Breyer (1970)Breyer, S., 1970. The uneasy case for copyright: A study of copyright in books, photocopies, and computer programs. Harvard Law Review, pp.281-351.
Cave, Deegan and Heinink (2000)Cave, M., Deegan, M. and Heinink, L., 2000. Copyright clearance in the refugee studies centre digital library project. RLG DigiNews, 4(5).
Center for Social Media (2010)Center for Social Media. (2010). Clipping Our Own Wings: Copyright and Creativity in Communication Research. American University.
Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (2006)Centre for intellectual property and information law. (2006). Review of the Economic Evidence Relating to an Extension of the Term of Copyright in Sound Recordings. University of Cambridge
Cohen, Nelson and Walsh (2000)Cohen, W. M., Nelson, R. R., & Walsh, J.P. (2000). Protecting their intellectual assets: Appropriability conditions and why U.S. manufacturing firms patent(or not). National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper No.7552.
Corbett (2011)Corbett, S., 2011. Archiving Our Culture in a Digital Environment: Copyright Law and Digitisation Practices in Cultural Heritage Institutions. New Zealand Law Foundation Report.
Danbury (2016)Danbury, R. (2016). Is an EU publishers’ right a good idea? Final report on the AHRC project: Evaluating potential legal responses to threats to the production of news in a digital era, https://www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/sites/www.law.cam.ac.uk/files/images/www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/documents/copyright_and_news/danbury_publishers_right_report.pdf
De Wolf and Partners (2013)Triaille, J.P., Dusollier, S., Depreeuw, S., Hubin, J.B. and De Francquen, A., 2013. Study on the application of Directive 2001/29/EC on copyright and related rights in the information society. InfoSoc Directive.
Deazley (2008)Deazley, R. (2008) ‘Commentary on Milton's Contract 1667', in Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org
Depoorter and Walker (2013)Depoorter, B. and Walker, R.K., 2013. Copyright false positives.
DiCola (2013)DiCola, P. (2013). Money from Music: Survey Evidence on Musicians' Revenue and Lessons About Copyright Incentives. Ariz. L. Rev., 55, 301.
Dickson (2010)Dickson, M., 2010. Due diligence, futile effort: Copyright and the digitization of the Thomas E. Watson papers. The American Archivist, 73(2), pp.626-636.
Dobusch and Quack (2013)Dobusch, L., & Quack, S. (2013). Framing standards, mobilizing users: Copyright versus fair use in transnational regulation. Review of International Political Economy, 20(1), 52-88.
Dryden (2008)Dryden, J.E., 2008. Copyright in the real world: Making archival material available on the Internet (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto).
Edwards, Klein, Lee, Moss and Philip (2015)Edwards, L., Klein, B., Lee, D., Moss, G., & Philip, F. (2015). Discourse, justification and critique: towards a legitimate digital copyright regime?. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 21(1), 60-77.
Engel and Kurschilgen (2010)Engel, C., & Kurschilgen, M. J. (2010). Fairness Ex Ante & Ex Post-An Experimental Test of the German'Bestseller Paragraph'. Chicago.
Frosio (2014)Frosio, Giancarlo F. Open access publishing: a literature review. (2014).
Frye, Ryan and Runge (2016)Frye, B. L., Ryan, C. J., & Runge, F. L. (2016). An Empirical Study of Law Journal Copyright Practices. Available at SSRN 2767875.
Gerhardt (2014)Gerhardt, D. R. (2014). Copyright at the Museum: Using the Publication Doctrine to Free Art and History. Available at SSRN 2505041.
Ghose, Smith and Telang (2006)Ghose, A., Smith, M.D. and Telang, R., 2006. Internet exchanges for used books: An empirical analysis of product cannibalization and welfare impact. Information Systems Research, 17(1), pp.3-19.
Gowers (2006)Gowers, A. (2006). Gowers Review of Intellectual Property. The Stationery Office.
Handke and Towse (2007)Handke, Christian, and Ruth Towse. Economics of copyright collecting societies. International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law 38.8 (2007): 937-957.
Hargreaves (2011)Hargreaves, I. (2011). Digital Opportunity. A Review of Intellectual Property and Growth,
Hill (2013)Hill, B. M. (2013). Almost Wikipedia: Eight Early Encyclopedia Projects and the Mechanisms of Collective Action.
Hirsch (1972)Hirsch, P. M. (1972). Processing Fads and Fashions: An Organization-Set Analysis of Cultural Industry Systems. American journal of sociology, 639-659.
Hudson and Kenyon (2007)Hudson, E. and Kenyon, A.T., 2007. Digital Access: The Impact of Copyright on Digitisation Practices in Australian Museums, Galleries, Libraries, and Archives. UNSWLJ, 30, p.12.
Intellectual Property Office (2014)IPO (2014). Artist’s Resale Right - Summary of IPO survey findings
Khan (2004)Khan, B. Z. (2004). Does Copyright Piracy Pay? The Effects of US International Copyright Laws on the Market for Books, 1790-1920 (No. w10271). National Bureau of Economic Research.
Kheria (2012)Kheria, S., 2012. Copyright and Digital Art: Through the Looking Glass. Edinburgh School of Law Research Paper, (2012/19).
Korn (2009)Korn, N., In from the Cold: An assessment of the scope of ‘Orphan Works’ and its impact on the delivery of services to the public (April 2009).
Kretschmer (2012)Kretschmer, M. (2012). Does Copyright Law Matter? An Empirical Analysis of Creators’ Earnings. An Empirical Analysis of Creators’ Earnings (May 21, 2012).
Kretschmer and Hardwick (2007)Kretschmer, M., & Hardwick, P. (2007). Authors’ earnings from copyright and non-copyright sources: A survey of 25,000 British and German writers. Bournemouth University Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (CIPPM). 
Available at SSRN 2619649
Kretschmer, Klimis, and Wallis (2001)Kretschmer, M., Klimis, G. M., & Wallis, R. (2001). Music in Electronic Markets An Empirical Study. New Media & Society, 3(4), 417-441.
Lee (2012)Lee, D. J. (2012). Precarious Creativity: Changing Attitudes Towards Craft and Creativity in the British Independent Television Production Sector. Creative Industries Journal, 4(2), 155-170
Mandel (2013)Mandel, Gregory N., The Public Psychology of Intellectual Property (March 27, 2013). Florida Law Review, Vol. 66, 2013 (Forthcoming); Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2013-23.
Morrison and Secker (2015)Morrison, C. and Secker, J., 2015. Copyright Literacy in the UK: a survey of librarians and other cultural heritage sector professionals. Library and Information Research, 39(121), pp.75-97.
Mustonen (2005)Mustonen, Mikko. When does a firm support substitute open source programming?. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 14.1 (2005): 121-139.
Petherbridge and Schwartz (2013)Petherbridge, Lee and Schwartz, David L., The End of an Epithet? An Exploration of the Use of Legal Scholarship in Intellectual Property Decisions (February 8, 2013). Houston Law Review, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2013; Loyola-LA Legal Studies Paper No. 2013-8.
Piolatto and Schuett (2012)Piolatto, Amedeo, and Florian Schuett. Music piracy: A case of “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer”. Information Economics and Policy 24.1 (2012): 30-39.
Pritcher (2000)Pritcher, L., 2000. Ad* access: seeking copyright permissions for a digital age.
Schofield and Urban (2015)Schofield B. L. and Urban J. M. Takedown and Today's Academic Digital Library (2015) UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper No. 2694731.
Scotchmer (2011)Scotchmer, S. (2011). Ideas and Innovations: Which should be subsidized?. Available at SSRN 1755091.
Towse (1999)Towse, R. (1999). Copyright and economic incentives: an application to performers’ rights in the music industry. Kyklos, 52(3), 369-390.
Towse (2013)Towse, Ruth. The economic effects of digitization on the administration of musical copyrights. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues 10.2 (2013): 55-67.
Travis (2010)Travis, H., 2010. Estimating the economic impact of mass digitization projects on copyright holders: Evidence from the Google Book search litigation. Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA, 57, pp.41-62.
Troll Covery (2005)Troll Covey, D., 2005. Acquiring copyright permission to digitize and provide open access to books
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