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Chile is a country defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies include coverage of this country (6):

Andrés (2006b)Andrés, A. R. (2006). Software piracy and income inequality. Applied Economics Letters, 13(2), 101-105.
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.
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).
Palmedo (2019)Palmedo, M. (2019) The Impact of Copyright Exceptions for Researchers on Scholarly Output. EfilJournal, 2(6).
Van Kranenburg and Hogenbirk (2005)van Kranenburg, H., & Hogenbirk, A. (2005). Multimedia, entertainment, and business software copyright piracy: A cross-national study. Journal of Media Economics, 18(2), 109-129.
Watt (2009)Watt, Richard. An Empirical Analysis of the Economics of Copyright: How Valid are the Results of Studies in Developed Countries for Developing Countries?. The Economics of Intellectual Property (2009): 65.