Historical Methods

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Methods
Methodology (Collection)
Methodology (Analysis)

Historical Methods is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. The following studies use this method for data collection (5):

 Citation
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.
De Beer and Bouchard (2010)De Beer, J., & Bouchard, M. (2010). Canada's' Orphan Works' Regime: Unlocatable Owners and the Copyright Board. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 10(2), 215.
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
Giorcelli and Moser (2015)Giorcelli, M., & Moser, P. (2014). Copyright and Creativity: Evidence from Italian Operas. Available at SSRN 2505776.
Lemley (1997)Lemley, M. A. (1997). The Economics of Improvement in Intellectual Property Law. Tex. L. Rev., 75, 989-1835.