D83: Search • Learning • Information and Knowledge • Communication • Belief

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D83: Search • Learning • Information and Knowledge • Communication • Belief 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):

Kretschmer and Peukert (2017)Kretschmer, T. And Peukert, C. (2017) Video Killed the Radio Star? Online Music Videos and Recorded Music Sales. CEP Discussion Paper No 1265.
Lakhani and Von Hippel (2003)Lakhani, K. R., & Von Hippel, E. (2003). How open source software works:“free” user-to-user assistance. Research policy, 32(6), 923-943.
Palmedo (2019)Palmedo, M. (2019) The Impact of Copyright Exceptions for Researchers on Scholarly Output. EfilJournal, 2(6).
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.
Sinnreich and Aufderheide (2015)Sinnreich, A., & Aufderheide, P. (2015). Communication Scholars and Fair Use: The Case for Discipline-Wide Education and Institutional Reform. International Journal of Communication, 9.
Stratton (2011)Stratton, B. (2011). Seeking New Landscapes: A rights clearance study in the context of mass digitisation of 140 books published between 1870 and 2010. London: British Library/ARROW http://pressandpolicy. bl. uk/imagelibrary/downloadMedia. ashx.
Xalabarder (2009)Xalabarder, R. (2009). Study on copyright limitations and exceptions for educational activities in North America, Europe, Caucasus. Central Asia and Israel.