Semantic search

From Copyright EVIDENCE
Lee and Moshirnia (2021)Lee, E. (2021) Does Fair Use Matter? An Empirical Study of Music Cases. Southern California Law Review, Vol. 94, No. 3, 2020
Liebowitz (2008a)Liebowitz, S.J. (2008) Is the Copyright Monopoly a Best-Selling Fiction? Technology Policy Working Paper, September 2008
Liu (2014)Liu, J (2014) Copyright Complements and Piracy-Induced Deadweight Loss. Indiana Law Journal, Forthcoming; Stanford Law and Economics Olin Working Paper No. 463.
Long (2011)Long, X. (2011). Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Recorded Music Sales—Focus on 26 OECD Countries Panel Data. Frontiers of Economics in China, 6(2), 211-228.
Marron and Steel (2000)Marron, D. B., & Steel, D. G. (2000). Which countries protect intellectual property? The case of software piracy. Economic inquiry, 38(2), 159-174.
Mateus and Peha (2011)Mateus, A. M., & Peha, J. M. (2011, September). Quantifying Global Transfers of Copyrighted Content using BitTorrent. TPRC.
Max Planck Institute (2013)Copyright, Competition and Development, Max Planck Institute (2013).
Monroy Rodríguez (2009)Monroy Rodríguez, J. C. Study on the limitations and exceptions to copyright and related rights for the purposes of educational and research activities in Latin America and the Caribbean (2009) WIPO, Geneva.
Montoro-Pons and Cuadrado-García (2006)Montoro-Pons, Juan D., and Manuel Cuadrado-García. "Digital goods and the effects of copying: an empirical study of the music market." 14th International Conference on Cultural Economics, Vienna. 2006.
Montoro-Pons and Cuadrado-García (2008)Montoro Pons, J. D., & García, M. C. (2008). Legal origin and intellectual property rights: an empirical study in the prerecorded music sector. European Journal of Law and Economics, 26(2), 153-173.
Moores (2003)Moores, T. T. (2003). The effect of national culture and economic wealth on global software piracy rates. Communications of the ACM, 46(9), 207-215.
Moores (2010)Moores, Trevor T. (2011). Untangling the Web of Relationships between Wealth, Culture, and Global Software Piracy Rates: A Path Model. International Comparisons of Information Communication Technologies: Advancing Applications: Advancing Applications : 110.
Newman et al. (2020)Newman, L., Shah, D., Vaughn, C. and Javed, F. (2020) Cover Song Identification - A Novel Stem-Based Approach to Improve Song-To-Song Similarity Measurements. SMU Data Science Review, 3(2)
Office of the United States Trade Representative (2015)Representative, U. T. (2015). Special 301 report. online:
Peitz and Waelbroeck (2004)Peitz, M., & Waelbroeck, P. (2004). The effect of internet piracy on CD sales: Cross-section evidence. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues,1(2), 71-79.
Picard, Toivonen and Grönlund (2003)Picard et al., The Contribution of Copyright and Related Rights to the European Economy, (2003)
Piolatto and Schuett (2012)Piolatto, Amedeo, and Florian Schuett. Music piracy: A case of “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer”. Information Economics and Policy 24.1 (2012): 30-39.
Png (2006)Png, I. P. (2006). Copyright: A plea for empirical research. Available at SSRN 931587.
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.
Ricketson (2003)Ricketson, S., WIPO Study on Limitations and Exceptions of Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Environment (2003) SCCR/9/7.
Sandvine (2018)Sandvine (2018) The Global Internet Phenomena Report, October 2018. Available via: (last accessed 11 October 2018)
Savage, Cronin, Müllensiefen and Atkinson (2018)Savage, P.E., Cronin, C., Müllensiefen, D. And Atkinson, Q.D. (2018) Quantitative Evaluation of Music Copyright Infringement. Conference: Proceedings of the Folk Music Analysis 2018 Workshop.
Shaheed (2014)Shaheed, F., Copyright Policy and the Right to Science and Culture, Human Rights Council, U.N. General Assembly (A/HRC/28/57(2014)).
Shmatkov (2020)Shmatkov, D. (2020) Does copyright only serve the creative industries? International Conference on Business Management, Innovation and Sustainability.
Singh and Kretschmer (2012)Singh, S., Kretschmer, M. (2012). Strategic behaviour in the international exploitation of TV formats: A case study of the idols format. Chapter 1 in edited volume – Idols: Authenticity, Identity and Performance in a Global Television Format (eds. Koos Zwaan and Joost de Bruin), Farnham: Ashgate.
Sinnreich et al. (2020)Sinnreich, A., Aufderheide, P., Clifford, M. and Shahin, S. (2020) Access shrugged: The decline of the copyleft and the rise of utilitarian openness. New Media & Society.
Smith and Telang (2012)Smith, M.D. and Telang, R., 2012. Assessing the academic literature regarding the impact of media piracy on sales. Available at SSRN 2132153.
Steinmetz and Tunnell (2013)Steinmetz, K. F., & Tunnell, K. D. (2013). Under the pixelated Jolly Roger: A study of on-line pirates. Deviant Behavior, 34(1), 53-67.
Strzelecki (2018)Strzelecki, A (2018) Website removal from search engines due to copyright violation. Aslib Journal of Information Management
Terra (2016)Terra, A. (2016) Copyright Law and Digital Piracy: An Econometric Global Cross-national Study, 18 N.C.J.L. & Tech. 69
Till et al. (2019)Till, B.M., Rudolfson, N., Saluja, S., Gnanaraj, J., Samad, L., and Ljungman, D. (2019) Who is pirating medical literature? A bibliometric review of 28 million Sci-Hub downloads. Global Health Correspondence, 7(1)
Von Hippel and Von Krogh (2003)Von Hippel, E. and Von Krogh, G. (2003). Open source software and the “private-collective” innovation model: Issues for organization science. Organization science, 14(2), p. 209-223
Walls (2008)WALLS, W. D. 2008. Cross-country analysis of movie piracy. Applied Economics, 40, 625-632.
Watson, Zizzo and Fleming (2014)Watson, S., Zizzo, D., & Fleming, P. (2014). Determinants and welfare implications of unlawful file sharing: a scoping review. CREATe Working Paper.
What the Online Piracy Data Tells Us About Copyright PolicymakingSmith, M. D. (2023). What the Online Piracy Data Tells Us About Copyright Policymaking. Hudson Institute.
World Intellectual Property Organization (2010)WIPO Secretariat, Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights. Updated Report on the Questionnaire on Limitations and Exceptions (2010)
World Intellectual Property Organization (2014)WIPO Studies on the Economic Contribution of the Copyright Industries, World Intellectual Property Organization (2014).
Xalabarder (2009)Xalabarder, R. (2009). Study on copyright limitations and exceptions for educational activities in North America, Europe, Caucasus. Central Asia and Israel.
Xia, Duan, Huang and Whinston (2006)Xia, M., Duan, W., Huang, Y., & Whinston, A. B. (2006). Unravel the drivers of online sharing communities: An empirical investigation. Working Paper No. IROM-09-06. Available at SSRN 935004.
Xia, Huang, Duan and Whinston (2012)Mu Xia, Yun Huang, Wenjing Duan, Andrew B. Whinston, (2012) Research Note—To Continue Sharing or Not to Continue Sharing? An Empirical Analysis of User Decision in Peer-to-Peer Sharing Networks. Information Systems Research 23(1):247-259.
Yang, Sonmez, Bosworth and Fryxell (2009)Yang, D., Sonmez, M., Bosworth, D., & Fryxell, G. (2009). Global software piracy: Searching for further explanations. Journal of Business Ethics, 87(2), 269-283.
Yoon (2002)Yoon, K. The optimal level of copyright protection. Information Economics and Policy 14.3 (2002): 327-348.
Yuan (2006)Yuan, Michael Y. A better copyright system? comparing welfare of indefinitely renewable copyright versus fixed-length copyright. Econ. Innov. New Techn. 15.6 (2006): 519-542.
Zentner (2009)Zentner, A. (2009). Ten Years of File Sharing and Its Effect on International Physical and Digital Music Sales. Available at SSRN 1724444.
Zentner (2010)Zentner, A. (2010). Measuring the impact of file sharing on the movie industry: An empirical analysis using a panel of countries. Working Paper. Available at SSRN 1792615