O31: Innovation and Invention: Processes and Incentives

From Copyright EVIDENCE
Revision as of 22:43, 19 August 2015 by Andrew (talk | contribs) (1 revision imported)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
A full list of disciplines is available here

O31: Innovation and Invention: Processes and Incentives 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 (24):

Akerlof, Hahn and Litan (2002)Akerlof, G. A., Arrow, K. J., Bresnahan, T., Buchanan, J. M., Coase, R., Cohen, L. R. & Hemphill, C. S. (2002). The copyright term extension act of 1998: An economic analysis. Washington DC: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies.
Buccafusco and Sprigman (2010)Buccafusco, C. J., & Sprigman, C. J. (2010). Valuing Intellectual Property: An Experiment. Cornell Law Review.
Buss and Peukert (2015)Buss, P., & Peukert, C. (2015). R&D outsourcing and intellectual property infringement. Research Policy, 44(4), 977-989.
Carrier (2012)Carrier, M. A. (2012). Copyright and innovation: The untold story. Wisconsin Law Review 891. Available at SSRN 2099876
Commission of the European Communities (2005a)DG Internal Market and Services Working Paper, Commission of the European Communities (2005)
Cuntz and Bergquist (2020)
DiCola and Touve (2014)DiCola, P. C., & Touve, D. (2014). Licensing in the Shadow of Copyright.
Hall, Helmers, Rogers, and Sena (2014)Hall, B., Helmers, C., Rogers, M., & Sena, V. (2014). The choice between formal and informal intellectual property: a review. Journal of Economic Literature, 52(2), 375-423.
Handke (2015)Handke, C. (2015). Digitization and Competition in Copyright Industries: One Step Forward and Two Steps Back?. Homo Oeconomicus, 32.
Handke, Girard and Mattes (2015)Handke, C., Girard, Y., & Mattes, A. (2015). Copyright and Innovation: Fit for Digitization?. DIW Economic Bulletin, 5(16).
Heald (2014a)Heald, P. J. (2014). How Copyright Keeps Works Disappeared. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 11(4), 829-866.
Kanwar and Evenson (2003)Kanwar, S., & Evenson, R. (2003). Does intellectual property protection spur technological change?. Oxford Economic Papers, 235-264.
Karakaya (2011)Karakaya, M. (2010). Analysis of the key reasons behind the pirated software usage of Turkish Internet users: Application of routine activities theory (Doctoral dissertation, University of Baltimore).
Lee (2012)Lee, D. J. (2012). Precarious Creativity: Changing Attitudes Towards Craft and Creativity in the British Independent Television Production Sector. Creative Industries Journal, 4(2), 155-170
Lemley (1997)Lemley, M. A. (1997). The Economics of Improvement in Intellectual Property Law. Tex. L. Rev., 75, 989-1835.
Liebowitz and Margolis (2005)Liebowitz, S. J., & Margolis, S. E. (2005). Seventeen famous economists weigh in on copyright: The role of theory, empirics, and network effects. Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, 18(2).
Mandel, Fast and Olson (2015)Mandel, Gregory N. and Fast, Anne A. and Olson, kristina, Intellectual Property Law's Plagiarism Fallacy (May 12, 2015). Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2015-22.
Pollock (2009)Pollock, R. 2009. “Forever Minus a Day? Calculating Optimal Copyright Term”. Review of Economic Researchon CopyrightIssues 6(1); 35-60.
Scotchmer (2011)Scotchmer, S. (2011). Ideas and Innovations: Which should be subsidized?. Available at SSRN 1755091.
Shavell and van Ypersele (1999)Shavell, S. and Van Ypersele, T., 1999. Rewards versus intellectual property rights (No. w6956). National bureau of economic research.
Sicker, Ohm and Gunaji (2007)Sicker, D., Ohm, P., Gunaji, S. (2007). The analog hole and the price of music: An empirical study. Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law, 5, 573-587.
United States Copyright Office (2015a)Copyright and the Music Marketplace, United States Copyright Office (2015), available at http://copyright.gov/docs/musiclicensingstudy/copyright-and-the-music-marketplace.pdf.
United States Copyright Office (2015b)Orphan Works and Mass Digitization, United States Copyright Office (2015), available at http://copyright.gov/orphan/reports/orphan-works2015.pdf.
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.