O33: Technological Change: Choices and Consequences • Diffusion Processes

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O33: Technological Change: Choices and Consequences • Diffusion Processes 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 (109):

Akmon (2010)Akmon, D. (2010). Only with your permission: how rights holders respond (or don’t respond) to requests to display archival materials online. Archival Science, 10(1), 45-64.
Altschuller and Benbunan-Fich (2009)Altschuller, S., & Benbunan-Fich, R. (2009). Is music downloading the new prohibition? What students reveal through an ethical dilemma. Ethics and Information Technology, 11(1), 49-56.
Andersen and Frenz (2010)Andersen, B. and Frenz, M. 2010. Don't Blame the P2P File-Sharers: The Impact of Free Music Downloads on the Purchase of Music CDs in Canada. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 20, 715-740.
Astle and Muir (2002)Astle, P.J. and Muir, A., 2002. Digitization and preservation in public libraries and archives. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 34(2), pp.67-79.
Aufderheide and Jaszi (2004)Aufderheide, P., & Jaszi, P. (2004). Untold stories: Creative consequences of the rights clearance culture for documentary filmmakers.
Balducci (2009)Balducci, F. (2009). Music or hi-tech lovers? Inferring into the determinants of music consumption. Rivista italiana degli economisti, 14(2), 361-0.
Banks and Humphreys (2008)Banks, J., & Humphreys, S. (2008). The Labour of User Co-Creators Emergent Social Network Markets?. Convergence: the International Journal of research into New Media technologies, 14(4), 401-418.
Bently (2002)Bently, L. (2002). Between a rock and a hard place: The problems facing freelance creators in the UK media market–place. London: Institute of Employment Rights. ii. Canada.
Bhattacharjee, Gopal and Sanders (2003)Bhattacharjee, S., Gopal, R. D., & Sanders, G. L. (2003). Digital music and online sharing: Software piracy 2.0?. Communications of the ACM, 46(7), 107-111.
Bjork (2012)Björk, B.C., The Hybrid Model for Open Access Publication of Scholarly Articles–a Failed Experiment?.
Bmrb Social Research (2009)BMRB Social Research. (2009). Future copyright development. Intellectual Property Office, UK.
Bonner and O'Higgins (2010)Bonner, S., & O'Higgins, E. (2010). Music piracy: ethical perspectives. Management Decision, 48(9), 1341-1354.
Buss and Peukert (2015)Buss, P., & Peukert, C. (2015). R&D outsourcing and intellectual property infringement. Research Policy, 44(4), 977-989.
Cantatore (2014)Cantatore, F. (2014). From vault to honesty box: Australian authors and the changing face of copyright. Bond Law Review, 25(1), 5.
Carrier (2012)Carrier, M. A. (2012). Copyright and innovation: The untold story. Wisconsin Law Review 891. Available at SSRN 2099876
Cave, Deegan and Heinink (2000)Cave, M., Deegan, M. and Heinink, L., 2000. Copyright clearance in the refugee studies centre digital library project. RLG DigiNews, 4(5).
Corbett (2011)Corbett, S., 2011. Archiving Our Culture in a Digital Environment: Copyright Law and Digitisation Practices in Cultural Heritage Institutions. New Zealand Law Foundation Report.
Coyle, Gould, Gupta and Gupta (2009)Coyle, J. R., Gould, S. J., Gupta, P., & Gupta, R. (2009). “To buy or to pirate”: The matrix of music consumers' acquisition-mode decision-making. Journal of Business Research, 62(10), 1031-1037.
Cuntz (2018)Cuntz, A. (, 2018). Creator’s Income Situation in the Digital Age. LIS Working Papers 755, LIS Cross-National Data Center in Luxembourg.
D'Astous, Colbert and Montpetit (2005)d’Astous, A., Colbert, F., & Montpetit, D. (2005). Music piracy on the web–how effective are anti-piracy arguments? Evidence from the theory of planned behaviour. Journal of Consumer Policy, 28(3), 289-310.
Danahar, Smith and Teland (2015)Danaher, B., Smith, M., Teland, R.,'Copyright Enforcement in the Digital Age: Empirical Evidence and Conclusions', WIPO/ACE/10/20, 2015
Danaher and Waldfogel (2012)Danaher, B., & Waldfogel, J. (2012). Reel Piracy: The Effect of Online Film Piracy on International Box Office Sales. Available at SSRN 1986299.
DeVany and Walls (2007)De Vany, A. S., & Walls, W. D. (2007). Estimating the effects of movie piracy on box-office revenue. Review of Industrial Organization, 30(4), 291-301.
Denegri-Knott (2004)Denegri‐Knott, J. (2004). Sinking the online “music pirates:” Foucault, power and deviance on the web. Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication, 9(4), 00-00.
Depken and Simmons (2004)C. A. Depken II & L. C. Simmons (2004) Social construct and the propensity for software piracy, Applied Economics Letters, 11:2, 97-100.
DiCola and Touve (2014)DiCola, P. C., & Touve, D. (2014). Licensing in the Shadow of Copyright.
Dickson (2010)Dickson, M., 2010. Due diligence, futile effort: Copyright and the digitization of the Thomas E. Watson papers. The American Archivist, 73(2), pp.626-636.
Dryden (2008)Dryden, J.E., 2008. Copyright in the real world: Making archival material available on the Internet (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto).
Envisional (2011)Envisional (2011), Technical report: An Estimate of Infringing Use of the Internet
European Commission (2011b)European Commission Impact assessment on the cross-border online access to orphan works (Commission Staff Working Paper SEC (2011) 615 (final)
Fetscherin (2005)Fetscherin, M. (2005). Movie piracy on peer-to-peer networks—the case of KaZaA. Telematics and Informatics, 22(1), 57-70.
Fietkiewicz (2020)Fietkiewicz K.J. (2020) The Law of Live Streaming: A Systematic Literature Review and Analysis of German Legal Framework. In: Meiselwitz G. (eds) Social Computing and Social Media. Design, Ethics, User Behavior, and Social Network Analysis. HCII 2020. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12194. Springer, Cham. pp. 227-242
Garcia-Álvarez, López-Sintas and Zerva (2009)García‐Álvarez, E., López‐Sintas, J., & Zerva, K. (2009). A contextual theory of accessing music: Consumer behavior and ethical arguments. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 12(3), 243-264.
George (2005)George, C. A. (2005). Testing the barriers to digital libraries: A study seeking copyright permission to digitize published works. New Library World, 106(7/8), 332-342.
Ghose, Smith and Telang (2006)Ghose, A., Smith, M.D. and Telang, R., 2006. Internet exchanges for used books: An empirical analysis of product cannibalization and welfare impact. Information Systems Research, 17(1), pp.3-19.
Giorcelli and Moser (2015)Giorcelli, M., & Moser, P. (2014). Copyright and Creativity: Evidence from Italian Operas. Available at SSRN 2505776.
Goel, Miesing and Chandra (2010)Goel, S., Miesing, P., & Chandra, U. (2010). The impact of illegal peer-to-peer file sharing on the media industry. California Management Review, 52(3), 6-33.
Gopal and Sanders (1997)Gopal, R. D., & Sanders, G. L. (1997). Preventive and deterrent controls for software piracy. Journal of Management Information Systems, 29-47.
Gopal, Bhattacharjee and Sanders (2006)Gopal, R. D., Bhattacharjee, S., & Sanders, G. L. (2006). Do Artists Benefit from Online Music Sharing?*. The Journal of Business, 79(3), 1503-1533.
Gordon (1982)Gordon, W. J. (1982). Fair use as market failure: a structural and economic analysis of the" Betamax" case and its predecessors. Columbia Law Review, 82(8), 1600-1657.
Grøndal (2006)Grøndal, L. (2006) DRM and contract terms. Available at http://www.indicare.org/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=177 (last accessed 19/01/2018)
Hackett (2015)
Handke (2012a)Handke, C. (2012). A Taxonomy of Empirical Research on Copyright-How Do We Inform Policy?. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 9(1), pp.47-92.
Hazucha, Liu and Watabe (2013)Hazucha, B., Liu, H. and Watabe, T, Copyright, Technological Protection Measures and Their Acceptance by Consumers in Japan, SERCI Annual Congress Conference Paper (2013).
Hill (2013)Hill, B. M. (2013). Almost Wikipedia: Eight Early Encyclopedia Projects and the Mechanisms of Collective Action.
Hinduja (2008)Hinduja, S. (2008). Deindividuation and internet software piracy. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11(4), 391-398.
Hinduja and Higgins (2011)Hinduja, S., & Higgins, G. E. (2011). Trends and patterns among music pirates. Deviant Behavior, 32(7), 563-588.
Hinduja and Ingram (2009)Hinduja, S., & Ingram, J. R. (2009). Social learning theory and music piracy: the differential role of online and offline peer influences. Criminal Justice Studies, 22(4), 405-420.
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.
Hsu and Shiue (2008)Hsu, J. L., & Shiue, C. W. (2008). Consumers’ willingness to pay for non-pirated software. Journal of Business Ethics, 81(4), 715-732.
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