The Wiki aims to categorise all existing empirical studies on copyright in an attempt to inform policy interventions based on rigorous evidence. The evidence is searchable by country, industry and research method, among other categories, to allow for in-depth exposition. The Wiki format allows a dynamic review of the studies, together with bespoke visualisations, and users can propose new studies.
Recent CREATe Blog Entries
- The Copyright Directive: Articles 11 and 13 must go – Statement from European Academics in advance of the Plenary Vote on 26 March 2019
- EU Copyright Reform: What you may have missed
- Kretschmer at House of Lords Communications Committee
- CREATe’s Dr Elena Cooper casts new light on Holman Hunt’s The Light of the World
- New models for digital film, music and e-fiction production and distribution in China
- Report: CREATe Public Lecture by Prof. Alison Firth – Trade deals and disputes – copyright as a possible model?
- The Effect of Copyright on Book Markets in South Africa (with application to other life-plus regimes). Seminar by Prof. Paul Heald
- Industrial Policy gone wrong: The Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive
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