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WIPO/PUB/1041

National Studies on Assessing the Economic Contribution of the Copyright-Based Industries - Series no. 7

The 7th volume of national studies on the economic contribution of the copyright based industries offers economic analysis on the size of the copyright industries in Jordan, Lithuania, Malawi, Tanzania and Trinidad and Tobago. The publication reviews the contribution of economic activities based on copyright and related rights to the creation of national value added, employment and trade in selected countries and broadens the scope of WIPO-led research on the economic aspects of copyright.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/REPORT/CR/VG

The Legal Status of Video Games: Comparative Analysis in National Approaches

This report analyzes the classification that each country has adopted for video games, and provides, in the final section, a tentative classification of these complex works, considering their nature, the elements they are made of and the creative process.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/9

The Economics of Copyright and the Internet: Moving to an Empirical Assessment Relevant in the Digital Era

Economic Research Working Paper No. 9

Technology and the Internet have triggered important changes to how creative works are created and accessed, and how creators and copyright-based industries generate their revenues. The authors reassess the economics of copyright in the light of these changes. After providing an introduction to the economics of copyright, they analyze the changes to the baseline copyright model triggered by the new technological landscape. Then, they assess the empirical economic work on copyright so far, and suggest future avenues of research and related data needs.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/1037/2013

International Survey on Private Copying - Law and Practice 2012

This publication describes national systems on compensation for private copying and provides available data on their operation in different countries around the world. The survey offers a global overview of this important element of the copyright infrastructure and is the result of collaboration between WIPO and the Private Copying Collection body in the Netherlands.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/JOURNAL/WPJ5N1

The WIPO Journal - 2013 Volume 5 Issue 1

Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues

Contents: Building the Ladder: Three Decades of Development of the Chinese Patent System | A Page of History: Patents, Prizes and Technological Innovation | Collective Invention and Patent Law Individualism: Origins and Functions of the Inventor's Right of Attribution | The History of Copyright History (Revisited)| Copyright History as History of Technology | The Ecological Origins of Copyright Scepticism | Criticism in the Courtroom: Nichols v Universal (1930) and the Determination of Infringement | What History Teaches Us about US Copyright Law and Statutory Damages | Making Intellectual Property Law in the Shadow of Law: International News Service v Associated Press | The Principles of International Intellectual Property Protection: From Paris to Marrakesh | Historical Developments of Industrial Property Laws in Africa Copyright Pioneers | The Story of Singapore's Intellectual Property Journey: 1965–2013

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/218

Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled

The full text of the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Otherwise Print Disabled.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/1034

WIPO Review of Contractual Considerations in the Audiovisual Sector

This review is a condensed, yet comprehensive, panorama of all the key aspects of performers' contracts in the audiovisual industry and the various ways in which these may serve the interests of both performers and producers.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/JOURNAL/WPJ4N1

The WIPO Journal - 2012 Volume 4 Issue 1

Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues

Special Issue on Intellectual Property and Culture. Contents: The Confucian Challenge to Intellectual Property Reforms | Intellectual Property and Conceptions of Culture | From Free Culture to Fair Culture | Cultivating Intellectual Property | Collective Rights Management, Competition Policy and Cultural Diversity | The Demise of Geniality | Between Semiotic Democracy and Disobedience | Going GaGa | Options for the Future Protection of GRTKTCEs | Geographies of Knowledge | Geographical Indications and Cultural Heritage | Chinese Culture and Intellectual Property | At the Frontiers of Law-Making | The Compatibility of Modern Intellectual Property Protection Norms with Islamic Principles | Is the Jewish Tradition Intellectual Property?

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/1001

Guide - Managing Intellectual Property for Museums

This Guide, prepared by Rina Elster Pantalony, was recently updated to reflect the tremendous developments since it was first published in 2007, in particular Digital Rights Management, the role of social media as a business opportunity and traditional knowledge. The two-part Guide first describes IP issues relevant to museums then reviews existing business models that could provide museums with appropriate opportunities to create sustainable funding, and deliver on their stated objectives.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/TRANSITION/3

Typical Features of the Copyright Systems of Countries in Transition

This Study presents special features of the copyright laws and institutions of countries in transition and aims to help with modernizing the laws on copyright and neighboring rights, adapting them to an appropriate interpretation of the existing conventions and to the newly emerging international standards by eliminating the elements of the laws which followed from the centrally-planned, collectivist systems. The goal is to appropriately reflect the legitimate interests of employers and producers, making the enforcement more efficient and eliminating over-regulation.

Publication year: 2012