New Directions in Copyright Law and Economics
Giovanni Ramello () and
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Silva Francesco: Università del Piemonte Orientale; Università di Milano, Bicocca
Review of Law & Economics, 2007, vol. 3, issue 3, 643-647
The making of the information/knowledge society has driven a flourishing body of literature on the law and economics of copyright. This paper introduces the articles collected in the following symposium, produced by a number of scholars participating in the lively worldwide community devoted to the study of the economic role of copyright law in light of current technological change. The aim of these writings as a whole is to broaden the analytical perspective and stimulate further research, thanks to a wide selection of topics related to behavioral analysis, competition policy, insurance, cultural economics and other fields.
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