Call for Papers: SERCI Annual Congress 2020

Ruth Towse asking a question at the SERCI Annual Congress in Glasgow, 2015

The Call for papers has been announced for the 19th SERCI Annual Congress. The Congress will be held in Boulder, Colorado on Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 June 2020.

The local organiser is Prof. Kristelia Garcia and the Keynote Speaker of the Conference will be Prof. Keith Maskus (both University of Colorado, Boulder).

Submissions of papers to be presented at the congress are invited, and should be sent as an email attachment to richard@serci.org by the submission deadline 5th April 2020. Successful authors will be notified on or before 19th April. At submission stage, while completed papers are encouraged, a detailed abstract is sufficient. Early submissions are appreciated.

Submissions may be on any topic that uses economic analysis (theoretical or empirical) to better understand any issue related to copyright. Relevant topics include, but are not restricted to, efficient use of copyright, models of copyright piracy, optimal copyright parameters, effects of copyright upon welfare, the law and economics of copyright, copyright and its alternatives, and copyright policy generally.

For latest news on the event, please see The SERCI website.

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