K19: Other

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K19: Other 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):

Garcia (2020)Garcia, Kristelia (2020) Contracts & Copyright: Contemporary Musician Income Streams. The Oxford Handbook of Music Law and Policy, Forthcoming, U of Colorado Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 20-32, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3620401 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3620401
Garcia and McCrary (2019)Garcia, K. and McCrary, J. (2019) A Reconsideration of Copyright’s Term. Alabama Law Review, 71(2)
Mezei and Harkai (2022)Mezei, P. Harkai, I. (2022). End-User Flexibilities in Digital Copyright Law – An Empirical Analysis of End-user License Agreements. Interactive Entertainment Law Review, 5(1), p. 2-21.
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.
Quintais and Poort (2019)Quintais, J. and Poort, J. (2019) The Decline of Online Piracy: How Markets – Not Enforcement – Drive Down Copyright Infringement. American University International Law Review, 34(4), pp. 807-876
Sag and Haskell (2018)Sag, M. and Haskell, J. (2018) Defense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling. 103 Iowa Law Review 571
Sinha et al. (2023)Sinha, P., Kumari, M., & Amees, M. (2023). Information seeking, sharing behaviour, and copyright violations among students in India in the digital age. Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication.