L: Industrial Organization

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L: Industrial Organization 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 (10):

Andersen and Frenz (2008)Andersen, B., & Frenz, M. (2008). The impact of music downloads and P2P file-sharing on the purchase of music in Canada.
Buccafusco, Burns, Fromer and Sprigman (2014)Buccafusco, C. J., Burns, Z. C., Fromer, J. C., & Sprigman, C. J. (2014). Experimental Tests of Intellectual Property Laws’ Creativity Thresholds. Texas Law Review, 93, 1921.
Erickson, Heald, Homberg, Kretschmer and Mendis (2015)Erickson, K., Heald, P. J., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2015). Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper.
Higgins and Makin (2004)Higgins, G. E. and Makin, D. A. 2004. Self-Control, Deviant Peers, and Software Piracy Psychological Reports, 95, 921-931.
Hong (2007)Hong, S. H. (2007). The recent growth of the internet and changes in household-level demand for entertainment. Information Economics and Policy, 19(3), 304-318.
Kim (2007)Kim, M. (2007). The Creative Commons and Copyright Protection in the Digital Era: Uses of Creative Commons Licenses. Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication, 13(1), 187-209.
Krogh and Hippel (2006)Von Krogh, G., & Von Hippel, E. (2006). The promise of research on open source software. Management science, 52(7), 975-983.
Perritt (2011)Perritt Jr, H. H. (2011). New business models for music. Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 63.
Png and Wang (2006)Png, I. P., & Wang, Q. H. (2009). Copyright Duration and the Supply of Creative Work: Evidence from the Movies. Manuscript, National University of Singapore.
Somaya and Grahan (2006)Somaya, D., & Graham, S. J. (2006). Vermeers and Rembrandts in the same attic: Complementarity between copyright and trademark leveraging strategies in software. Georgia Institute of Technology TIGER Working Paper.