Watt EPIP/SERCI Keynote Available in CREATe Working Paper Series

The latest entry in CREATe’s Working Paper Series is now available to download. Copyright Collectives and Contracts: An Economic Theory Perspective by Richard Watt (University of Canterbury and SERCI) argues that there are significant efficiency benefits from having copyrights managed as an aggregate repertory, rather than individually, based on risk-pooling and risk-sharing through the contracts between members of copyright collectives. The paper will be presented at a joint EPIP and SERCI keynote session at the University of Glasgow on September 3rd 2015.

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