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SERCIAC 2017

 

The 2017 annual congress of the Society for Economic Research on Copyright Issues will be held in

 

Turin (Italy)

 

on July 10 and 11 of 2017.

 

The congress will be hosted locally by Giovanni Ramello (University of Eastern Piedmont), and will be held at the Einaudi Campus.

 

SERCI is very pleased to announce that the Keynote Guest Lecture at the congress will be delivered by Prof. Francesco Parisi (University of Minnesota and University of Bologna).

 

Submissions of proposals to be presented at the congress are invited on any relevant topic, including but not limited to both theoretical and empirical studies on:

·      the economic theory of copyright

·      efficient use and misuse of copyright

·      the economics of copyright law and alternatives

·      the causes and effects of copyright infringement (piracy)

·      the effects of digitalization on efficient information management

·      collective administration of copyright

·      royalty contract theory

·      copyright in an international context

·      the economics of cultural goods and cultural policy

 

Submissions should be submitted as an email attachment, sent to richard@serci.org, and should be received no later than March 31st of 2017. At the submissions stage, a detailed abstract is sufficient, but complete versions of accepted papers will be required at least one month prior to the congress. Successful authors will be notified before April 16th, 2017. The website www.serci.org/congress.htm will periodically provide updated information regarding the congress.

 

Please feel free to distribute this information as widely as possible.

 

Best regards and a happy Christmas to all.

 

Richard Watt,

SERCI, General Secretary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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