Computer consultancy

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This industry category includes the following:

62.02 Computer consultancy activities

This class includes the planning and designing of computer systems which integrate computer hardware, software and communication technologies. Services may include related users training.

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Industry Sectors
  • Computer consultancy (9)

Computer consultancy is an industry sector defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.


The following studies involve this industry sector (9):

 Citation
Buxmann, Pohl, Johnscher and Strube (2005)Buxmann, P., Pohl, G., Johnscher, & P., Strube, J. (2005). Strategies for digital music markets: Pricing and the effectiveness of measures against pirate copies. Wirtschaftsinformatik, 47(2), 118-125.
Commission of the European Communities (2005a)DG Internal Market and Services Working Paper, Commission of the European Communities (2005)
De Wolf and Partners (2014a)De Wolf & Partners, Study on the Legal Framework of Text and Data Mining (TDM) (2014).
Favale (2011)Favale, M. (2011). Approximation and DRM: can digital locks respect copyright exceptions?. International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 19(4), 306-323
Mattioli (2014)Mattioli, M. (2014). Disclosing Big Data. Minn. L. Rev., 99, 535.
Roark (2010)Roark, M.L. (2010). Limitation of Sales Warranties as an Alternative to Intellectual Property Rights: An Empirical Analysis of iPhone Warranties' Deterrent Impact on Consumers. Duke L. & Tech. Rev., i.
Sanchez-Graells and Santaló (2007)Sanchez-Graells, A., & Santaló, J. (2007). Economic Analysis of Private Copy Remuneration.
Stannard (2015)Stannard, E. (2015). A Copyright Snapshot: the Impact of New Copyright Legislation on Information Professionals. Legal Information Management, 15(04), 233-239.
Wolfe, Higgins and Marcum (2008)Wolfe, S. E., Higgins, G. E. and Marcum, C. D. 2008. Deterrence and Digital Piracy - A Preliminary Examination of the Role of Viruses. Social Science Computer Review, 26, 317-333.