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Australia is a country defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies include coverage of this country (47):

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Andrés (2006b)Andrés, A. R. (2006). Software piracy and income inequality. Applied Economics Letters, 13(2), 101-105.
Asser Institute and IViR (2014)T.M.C. Asser Instituut/Asser International Sports Law Centre and the Institute for Information Law - University of Amsterdam (2014) Study on Sports Organisers' Rights in the European Union, EAC/18/2012
Attorney-General's Department (2008)Attorney-General's Department (Australia), 2008, Review of copyright exceptions for private copying of photographs and films - final report, Attorney-General's Department (Australia)
Aufderheide et al. (2018)Aufderheide, P., Pappalardo, K., Suzor, N. And Stevens, J. (2018) Calculating the consequences of narrow Australian copyright exceptions: Measurable, hidden and incalculable costs to creators. Poetics, 69, pp15-26.
Australian Law Reform Commission (2013)ALRC Report 122 (2013), available at http://www.alrc.gov.au/sites/default/files/pdfs/publications/final_report_alrc_122_2nd_december_2013_.pdf.
Banks and Humphreys (2008)Banks, J., & Humphreys, S. (2008). The Labour of User Co-Creators Emergent Social Network Markets?. Convergence: the International Journal of research into New Media technologies, 14(4), 401-418.
Barker (2012b)Barker, George Robert, 'Estimating the Economic Effects of Fair Use and Other Copyright Exceptions: A Critique of Recent Research in Australia, US, Europe and Singapore' (November 26, 2012).
Bechtold (2013)Bechtold, S., 2013. The fashion of TV show formats.
Beekhuyzen, Von Hellens and Nielsen (2011)Beekhuyzen, J., Von Hellens, L. and Nielsen, S. 2011. Underground online music communities: exploring rules for membership. Online Information Review, 35, 699-715.
Burgess and De Rosa (2017)Burgess, M. and De Rosa, M. (2017) The Remuneration of Canadian Writers for Literary Works: A Benchmarking Study. A Report prepared for The Writers’ Union of Canada. Avaialble: https://www.writersunion.ca/sites/all/files/attachments/Study%20on%20Remuneration%20of%20Writers%20September%202017_0.pdf (last accessed: 3 June 2019)
Cantatore (2014)Cantatore, F. (2014). From vault to honesty box: Australian authors and the changing face of copyright. Bond Law Review, 25(1), 5.
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.
Creative Content Australia (2015)Creative Content Australia (2015). Australian Piracy Behaviours. 2015 Wave 7 Adults.
Danaher and Smith (2013)Danaher, B., & Smith, M. D. (2014). Gone in 60 seconds: the impact of the Megaupload shutdown on movie sales. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 33, 1-8.
Danaher and Waldfogel (2012)Danaher, B., & Waldfogel, J. (2012). Reel Piracy: The Effect of Online Film Piracy on International Box Office Sales. Available at SSRN 1986299.
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
Dootson and Suzor (2015)Dootson, P. and Suzor, N. (2015) The Game of Clones and the Australia Tax: Divergent Views about Copyright Business Models and the Willingness of Australian Consumers to Infringe. University of New South Wales Law Journal 38.
Erickson, Kretschmer and Mendis (2013)Erickson, K., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2013). Copyright and the Economic Effects of Parody: An Empirical Study of Music Videos on the YouTube Platform and an Assessment of the Regulatory Options. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper, (2013/24).
Giblin et al. (2019)Giblin, R., Kennedy, J., Weatherall, K., Gilbert, D., Thomas, J. and Petitjean, F. (expected June 2019) Available – but not accessible? Investigating publisher e-lending licensing practices. Forthcoming, Information Research; Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 19/20.
Giblin et al. (2019b)Giblin, R., Kennedy, J., Pelletier, C., Thomas, J., Weatherall, K.G., and Petitjean, F. (2019) What Can 100,000 Books Tell Us about the International Public Library e-lending Landscape? Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 19/21
Handke, Guibault and Vallbe (2015)Handke, C., Guibault, L., & Vallbé, J. J. (2015). Is Europe Falling Behind in Data Mining? Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research. Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research (May 20, 2015).
Hansen, Hinze, and Urban (2013)Hansen, D. R., Hinze, G., & Urban, J. M. (2013). Orphan Works and the Search for Rightsholders: Who Participates in a'Diligent Search'under Present and Proposed Regimes?. Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project, White Paper, (4)
Holt and Copes (2010)Holt, Thomas J., and Heith Copes. "Transferring subcultural knowledge on-line: Practices and beliefs of persistent digital pirates." Deviant Behavior 31.7 (2010): 625-654.
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.
Hui and Png (2003)Hui, K. L., & Png, I. (2003). Piracy and the legitimate demand for recorded music. Contributions in Economic Analysis & Policy, 2(1).
Humphreys, Fitzgerald, Banks, Suzor (2008)Humphreys, S., Fitzgerald, B., Banks, J. and Suzor, N., 2005. Fan-based production for computer games: User-led innovation, the ‘Drift of Value’and intellectual property rights. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 114(1), pp.16-29.
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, Derclaye, Favale and Watt (2010)Kretschmer, M., Derclaye, E., Favale, M., & Watt, R. (2010). A Review commissioned by the UK Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP). Available at SSRN 2624945
MacNeill (2016)MacNeill, K. (2017) Torrenting Game of Thrones-So wrong and yet so right. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, Volume 23, Issue 5, p.545-p.562. Available at https:http://journals.sagepub.com.ezproxy.lib.gla.ac.uk/doi/pdf/10.1177/1354856516640713
McKenzie (2009)McKenzie, Jordi. (2009). Illegal music downloading and its impact on legitimate sales: Australian empirical evidence. Australian Economic Papers, 48(4), 296-307.
Palmedo (2019)Palmedo, M. (2019) The Impact of Copyright Exceptions for Researchers on Scholarly Output. EfilJournal, 2(6).
Pappalardo, Aufderheide, Stevens, and Suzor (2017)Pappalardo, K., Aufderheide, P., Stevens, J., and Suzor, N. (2017) Imagination foregone: A qualitative study of the reuse practices of Australian creators. Report produced for the Australian Digital Alliance.
Peukert, Claussen and Kretschmer (2015)Peukert, C., Claussen, J. and Kretschmer, T., 2015. Piracy and box office movie revenues: Evidence from megaupload. Available at SSRN 2176246.
Phau and Liang (2012)Phau, I., & Liang, J. (2012). Downloading digital video games: predictors, moderators and consequences. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 30(7), 740-756.
Phau and Ng (2010)Phau, I., & Ng, J. (2010). Predictors of usage intentions of pirated software. Journal of Business Ethics, 94(1), 23-37.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (2008)Making the Intangible Tangible: The Economic Contribution of Australia's Copyright Industries, PricewaterhouseCoopers, http://web.archive.org/web/20101206161639/http://www.copyright.org.au/admin/cms-acc1/_images/13730910374c97f6ba497bf.pdf (2008).
PricewaterhouseCoopers (2015)The Economic Contribution of Australia's Copyright Industries 2002-2014, PricewaterhouseCoopers (2015)
PricewaterhouseCoopers (2016)PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia Report 'Understanding the costs and benefits of introducing a ‘fair use’ exception', 2016.
Seng (2009)Seng, D. (2009). WIPO study on the copyright exceptions for the benefit of educational activities for Asia and Australia. Geneva: WIPO. Retrieved, 13(07), 2010.
Tan (2014)Tan, C.H.Y. (2014) Terms of Service on Social Media Sites. 19(2) Media and Arts Law Review, 195-220
Tan (2015)Tan, C.H.Y. (2015) Technological “Nudges” and Copyright on Social Media Sites. IPQ Issue 1.
Throsby (2008)Throsby, C. D. (2008). Creative Australia: The arts and culture in Australian work and leisure. Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
Throsby and Petetskya (2017)Throsby, D. And Petetskaya, K. (2017) Making Art Work: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia. A report commissioned by the Australia Council.
Throsby and Zednik (2010)Throsby, David, and Anita Zednik. Do you really expect to get paid?: an economic study of professional artists in Australia. (2010).
Throsby, Zwar and Crosby (2015)Throsby, Zwar and Crosby (2015) The Australian Book Industry: Authors, publishers and readers. Available: http://www.businessandeconomics.mq.edu.au/our_departments/Economics/econ_research/reach_network/book_project/about (last accessed: 11 June 2019)
Throsby, Zwar and Morgan (2018)Throsby, D., Zwar, J. And Morgan, C. (2018) Australian book publishers in the global industry: survey method and results. Research paper 1/2018 (February 2018).
Watt (2009)Watt, Richard. An Empirical Analysis of the Economics of Copyright: How Valid are the Results of Studies in Developed Countries for Developing Countries?. The Economics of Intellectual Property (2009): 65.