Z11: Economics of the Arts and Literature

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Z11: Economics of the Arts and Literature 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 (28):

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Australian Law Reform Commission (2013)ALRC Report 122 (2013), available at http://www.alrc.gov.au/sites/default/files/pdfs/publications/final_report_alrc_122_2nd_december_2013_.pdf.
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.
Bodo, Antal and Puha (2020)Bodo, B., Antal, D. and Puha, Z. (2020) Open access is not a panacea, even if it’s radical – an empirical study on the role of shadow libraries in closing the inequality of knowledge access. Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2020-39
Castañer and Campos (2002)Castañer, X. and Campos, L., 2002. The determinants of artistic innovation: Bringing in the role of organizations. Journal of Cultural Economics, 26(1), pp.29-52.
Cockrill and Goode (2012)Cockrill, A., & Goode, M. M. (2012). DVD Pirating Intentions: Angels, Devils, Chancers and Receivers. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(1), 1-10.
De Beer and Bouchard (2010)De Beer, J., & Bouchard, M. (2010). Canada's' Orphan Works' Regime: Unlocatable Owners and the Copyright Board. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 10(2), 215.
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.
Erickson, Kretschmer and Mendis (2019)Erickson, K., Kretschmer, M. and Mendis, D. (2019) “An Empirical Approach to the Public Domain” in Drexl, J. and Kamperman, J. Sanders (Eds.) The Innovation Society and Intellectual Property, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
European Commission (2011a)Report on the Implementation and Effect of the Resale Right Directive (2001/84/EC), European Commission (2011), available at
Handke (2012b)Handke, C. (2012). Digital copying and the supply of sound recordings. Information Economics and Policy, 24(1), 15-29.
Handke, Girard and Mattes (2015)Handke, C., Girard, Y., & Mattes, A. (2015). Copyright and Innovation: Fit for Digitization?. DIW Economic Bulletin, 5(16).
Heald (2014b)Heald, P. J. (2014). The Demand for Out-of-Print Works and Their (Un) Availability in Alternative Markets. Illinois Public Law Research Paper, (14-31).
Huang (2005)Huang, C. Y. (2005). File sharing as a form of music consumption. International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 9(4), 37-55.
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).
Ingram and Hinduja (2008)Ingram, J. R., & Hinduja, S. (2008). Neutralizing music piracy: An empirical examination. Deviant Behavior, 29(4), 334-366.
Kheria (2012)Kheria, S., 2012. Copyright and Digital Art: Through the Looking Glass. Edinburgh School of Law Research Paper, (2012/19).
Kheria (2013)Kheria, S. (2013). Copyright and Digital Art Practice: The ‘Schizophrenic’Position of the Digital Artist. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19(4).
Kini, Ramakrishna and Vijayaraman (2003)Kini, R. B., Ramakrishna, H. V., & Vijayaraman, B. S. (2003). An exploratory study of moral intensity regarding software piracy of students in Thailand. Behaviour & Information Technology, 22(1), 63-70.
Konstantakis, Palaigeorgiou, Siozos and Tsoukalas (2010)Konstantakis, N. I., Palaigeorgiou, G. E., Siozos, P. D., & Tsoukalas, I. A. (2010). What do computer science students think about software piracy?. Behaviour & Information Technology, 29(3), 277-285.
Kretschmer, Deazley, Edwards, Erickson, Schafer and Zizzo (2014)Kretschmer, M., Deazley, R., Edwards, L., Erickson, K., Schafer, B., & Zizzo, D. J. (2014). The European Commission's Public Consultation on the Review of EU Copyright Rules: A Response by the CREATe Centre. European Intellectual Property Review, 36(9), 547-553.
Kretschmer, Klimis, and Choi (1999)Kretschmer, M., Klimis, G. M., & Choi, C. J. (1999). Increasing returns and social contagion in cultural industries. British Journal of Management, 10(s1), 61-72.
Larose, Lai, Lange, Love and Wu (2005)LaRose, R., Lai, Y. J., Lange, R., Love, B., & Wu, Y. (2005). Sharing or piracy? An exploration of downloading behavior. Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication, 11(1), 1-21.
Moores, Nill and Rothenberger (2009)Moores, T. T., Nill, A., & Rothenberger, M. A. (2009). Knowledge of Software Piracy as an Antecedent to Reducing Pirating Behavior . Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50(1).
Oberholzer-Gee and Strumpf (2007)Oberholzer‐Gee, F., & Strumpf, K. (2007). The effect of file sharing on record sales: An empirical analysis. Journal of political economy, 115(1), 1-42.
Oberholzer-Gee and Strumpf (2010)Oberholzer-Gee, F., & Strumpf, K. (2010). File sharing and copyright. In Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 10 (pp. 19-55). University of Chicago Press.
Searle (2011)Searle, N., 2011. Changing Business Models in the Creative Industries: The cases of Television, Computer Games and Music. Computer Games and Music (August 5, 2011).
United States Copyright Office (2013a)Resale Royalties: An Updated Analysis, United States Copyright Office (2013), available at http://copyright.gov/docs/resaleroyalty/usco-resaleroyalty.pdf.
Wang and McClung (2012)Wang, X., & McClung, S. R. (2012). The immorality of illegal downloading: The role of anticipated guilt and general emotions. Computers in Human Behavior, 28(1), 153-159.