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Studies > Evidence Based Policies: C. Mass digitisation/orphan works (non-use; extended collective licensing)

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Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (2) · Bruce Miller (1) · CREATe (1) · Comissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board, Library of Congress (1) · Congressional Research Service (1) · EIFL (1) · EU Commission (1) · European Commission (5) · HM Treasury (2) · Hellen Posner (1) · Henry Posner jr. (1) · Heritage Plus (1) · IPO (1) · IdeaLab Research Group (The Complutense University of Madrid) (1) · Intellectual Property Institute (1) · Intellectual Property Office (1) · JISC (1) · John D. Evans Foundation (1) · Microsoft Research (1) · Million Book Project (1) · NBER Innovation Policy Group and NET Institute (1) · National Research Council (NRC) Committee on the Impact of Copyright Policy on Innovation in the Digital Era (1) · National Science Fund of the Bulgarian Ministry of Education, Youth and Science, Contract No DFNI-К01/0002-21.11.2012 (1) · Not Stated (1) · Not stated (2) · RCUK Funded Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy (CREATe) (1) · The Intellectual Property Office (1) · The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for the doctoral fellowship and the Association of Colleges and Research Libraries for the Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship that covered the costs of data collection. (1) · The author gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the New Zealand Law Foundation for this research project. (1) · United States Copyright Office (2) · University of Georgia Law School (1) · WIPO (1) · World Intellectual Property Organization (2)
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