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Singapore is a country defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies include coverage of this country (10):

Andrés (2006b)Andrés, A. R. (2006). Software piracy and income inequality. Applied Economics Letters, 13(2), 101-105.
Cenite, Wang, Peiwen and Chan (2009)Cenite, M., Wang, M. W., Peiwen, C., & Chan, G. S. (2009). More Than Just Free Content Motivations of Peer-to-Peer File Sharers. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 33(3), 206-221.
Gan and Koh (2006)Gan, L. L., & Koh, H. C. (2006). An empirical study of software piracy among tertiary institutions in Singapore. Information & Management, 43(5), 640-649.
Ghafele and Gibert (2014)Ghafele, R., & Gibert, B. (2014). A Counterfactual Impact Analysis of Fair Use Policy on Copyright Related Industries in Singapore. Laws, 3(2), 327-352.
Handke, Guibault and Vallbe (2015)Handke, C., Guibault, L., & Vallbé, J. J. (2015). Is Europe Falling Behind in Data Mining? Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research. Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research (May 20, 2015).
Hui and Png (2003)Hui, K. L., & Png, I. (2003). Piracy and the legitimate demand for recorded music. Contributions in Economic Analysis & Policy, 2(1).
Marsoof and Gupta (2019)Marsoof, A.and Gupta, I. (2019) Shielding internet intermediaries from copyright liability — A comparative discourse on safe harbours in Singapore and India. J World Intellectual Prop. 22, 234 - 270
OHIM (2015)OHIM (2015). Intellectual Property And Education In Europe. Study On IP Education In School Curricula In The EU Member States With Additional International Comparisons.
Palmedo (2019)Palmedo, M. (2019) The Impact of Copyright Exceptions for Researchers on Scholarly Output. EfilJournal, 2(6).
PricewaterhouseCoopers (2016)PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia Report 'Understanding the costs and benefits of introducing a ‘fair use’ exception', 2016.