Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Creative Industries (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
416
Utgivningsdatum
2018-03-30
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Dimensioner
247 x 171 x 31 mm
Vikt
839 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781786431165
Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Creative Industries (inbunden)

Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Creative Industries

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The creative industries are becoming of increasing important from economic, cultural, and social perspectives. This Handbook explores the relationship, whether positive or negative, between creative industries and intellectual property (IP) rights. Distinguished international contributors reflect on the diverse policy approaches from across the world, taking into consideration a broad spectrum of economic and philosophical stances. In doing so, the topical chapters offer a global exploration of a wide breadth of issues, including sector-specific examples ranging from museums to traditional knowledge and artificial intelligence to enforcement and new business models. Intriguingly, this Handbook also looks forward to future challenges and developments regarding the role of IP in creative industries. Delivering fresh and challenging perspectives on the rich and important relationship between IP and the creative industries, this Handbook will be vital reading for scholars of IP. It will also be an important reference for advisors to, policymakers for, and funders of the creative industries, as well as activists challenging the power of IP. Contributors include: H. Berthold, A.E. Brown Abbe, R. Burt, I. Calboli, S. Chillas, S. Collins, J. Cornwell, C. Davies, K. Erickson, S. Frankel, N. Gervassis, M. Grewar, A. Guadamuz, V. Hafstein, C. Handke, J. Hartley, E. Kakiuchi, A. Keshet, S. Kheria, G.N. Mandel, R. Mukonoweshuro, E. Nwauche, M. Pavis, J. Reda, N. Rizk, A. Sabiescu, P. Schlesinger, N. Searle, J. Stapleton, S. Teilmann-Lock, B. Townley, C. Waelde, S. Whatley, H.K. Yilmaztekin, R.I. Yudhishthir
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'This volume gives incisive insight into the conflicted dynamics between IP and the creative industries. The authors cut through much rhetoric and entrenched positions to nudge the reader into entertaining the possibility of alternate perspectives and policy positions. The case studies, sectoral focus and evaluation of cross-sector issues deepens and grounds the authors' arguments in the lived reality of industry players and national or regional contexts. The discussion of enforcement and economics as well as the fore-sighting section ensures comprehensive treatment of the volume's focus. An enriching read.' --Caroline B Ncube, University of Cape Town, South Africa'The social synergy which exists between IP and the creative industries is becoming increasingly important globally. This all-embracing volume, edited by highly respected professors, provides a vital contribution to law and policy thinking. It offers a range of discourses including subaltern perspectives and oft-forgotten subjects including: museum curating, economic analyses on artists' earnings, business models coupled with corporate social responsibility, plus less visible creative sectors including ethnic fashion and dance.' --Uma Suthersanen, Queen Mary, University of London

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Edited by Abbe E.L. Brown, School of Law, University of Aberdeen and Charlotte Waelde, Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University, UK

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Contents: Foreword by Ian Hargreaves Introduction Abbe E. L. Brown and Charlotte Waelde Part I Setting the Scene: What is Intellectual Property and why is it relevant to creative industries 1. Whither the creative economy? Some reflections on the European case Philip Schlesinger 2. Copyright and performers' rights in the creative industries: old laws for new challenges Mathilde Pavis 3. Design, utility models and patents Stina Teilmann-Lock 4. Passing off, unfair competition and trade marks Hasan Kadir Yilmaztekin 5. Intellectual property in creative industries: the economic perspective Christian Handke Part II National and Regional Perspectives 6. Intellectual property and creative industries policy in the UK Kristofer Erickson 7. Intellectual property and creative industries policy in Africa Enyinna Nwauche 8. The Creative industries and intellectual property in India Yudhishthir Raj Isar 9. If all you have is a hammer: Promoting the creative industries through EU copyright reform Julia Reda 10. Cultural creative industries from a cultural policy perspective: the case of Japan Emiko Kakiuchi Part III Intellectual Property, Creativity and Reward: Sharing and Enforcement 11. Open approaches to sharing: Registered and unregistered rights Andres Guadamuz 12. Open approaches to sharing: Egypt's independent music - a realm of sharing and creativity Nagla Rizk 13. Intellectual property enforcement: empirical consideration of enforcement action Jane Cornwell 14. Enforcement and remedy: What is success? IP litigation and the Creative Industries Abbe E. L. Brown Part IV Case Studies: Coping with Legal, Social and Technical Change 15. Visual Arts: Artists' voices from the field Smita Kheria 16. Problematising heritage crafts authorship and ownership: steps towards the intellectual property protection of the traditional Romanian blouse Amalia Sabiescu 17. Performing arts: a study of dance Charlotte Waelde and Sarah Whatley 18. Traditional knowledge: Protecting the intangible and tracing the development of international protection for folklore Stephen Collins 19. The creative sector and traditional knowledge Susy Frankel 20. Software: Intellectual property and artificial intelligence Roger Burt and Colin Davies 21. Copyright in Museums Amalyah Keshet Part V Cross-Sector Issues 22. Theory and philosophy Jaime Stapleton 23. How people understand intellectual property, creativity and reward Gregory N. Mandel 24. Appropriating value: on the relationship between business models and intellectual property Henning Berthold, Melinda Grewar, Shiona Chillas and Barbara Townley 25. Corporate social responsibility, intellectual property and the creative industries Abbe E. L. Brown, Nicholas Gervassis and Rumbidzai Mukonoweshuro Part VI Foresighting 26. The hard sell: economics and intellectual property policy in the creative and cultural industries Nicola Searle 27. Creative industries, diversity and intellectual property Irene Calboli 28. Creative economy: industry versus language? John Hartley 29. Distributed, cumulative, collaborative, collective creativity Valdimar Tr. Hafstein Index