K23: Regulated Industries and Administrative Law

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K23: Regulated Industries and Administrative Law is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.

The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (7):

 Citation
Baker and Cunningham (2006)Baker, M., & Cunningham, B. (2006). Court decisions and equity markets: Estimating the value of copyright protection. Journal of Law and Economics 49(2), 567-596.
Borghi, Maggiolino, Montagnani and Nuccio (2012)Borghi, M., Maggiolino, M., Montagnani, M.L. & Nuccio, M. (2012). Determinants in the online distribution of digital content: An exploratory analysis. European Journal for Law and Technology, 3(2), 1-29.
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.
Ofcom (2011)Qualitative research into online digital piracy. Ofcom. (2011)
Oliar, Pattison and Powell (2014)Oliar, D., Pattison, N., & Powell, K. R. (2013). Copyright Registrations: Who, What, When, Where, and Why. Tex. L. Rev., 92, 2211.
United States Copyright Office (2011)Satellite Extension and Localism Act (STELA), Section 302 Report, United States Copyright Office (2011), available at http://copyright.gov/reports/section302-report.pdf.
Urban and Quilter (2006)Urban, J. & Quilter, L. (2006). Efficient process or 'chilling effects'? Takedown notices under section 512 of the digital millennium copyright act. Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal. 22, 621.