|aMPI studies on intellectual property and competition,|x2191-5830 ;|vvolume 27
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|tOverlapping Rights in Different Business Models /|rJyh-An Lee --|tOne or Several Super-Rights? : The (Subtle) Impact of the Digital Single Market on a Future EU Copyright Architecture /|rGuido Westkamp --|tSimplification of Tariff Structures /|rRaquel Xalabarder --|tRemaining Scopes for Collective Management of Copyright in the Online World /|rSylvie Nerisson --|tEffects and Potential of Extended Collective License Systems /|rFelix Trumpke --|tReference Points for and Obligors of Levies in the Online-World : Should ISPs Be Obliged to Pay the Levies for Cloud Services and Private Copying? /|rYasuto Komada --|tMechanisms to Make End Users of Copyrighted Works Pay Through Levy and DRM /|rRaman Mittal --|tDistribution Among Right Holders /|rByungil Kim --|tControl Mechanisms for CRM Systems and Competition Law /|rReto M. Hilty and Tao Li --|tIndividual Licensing of Copyrighted Works /|rKaya Koklu --|tMusic Individual Licensing Models and Competition Law /|rXiuqin Lin --|tIndividual Licensing Models and Consumer Protection /|rLucie Guibault --|tIndividual Licensing Models and the Role of Internet Platform Providers /|rKung-Chung Liu --|tCopyright Holdout Problem and New Internet Based Services /|rJohn T. Cross and Peter K. Yu --|tImpacts of Competition Law : Monolithic Copyright, Market Power and Market Definition /|rMartin R.F. Senftleben --|tEntertainment Utopia Through Compulsory Licensing and Network Neutrality /|rHaochen Sun --|tCompulsory Licences as an Enabler of New Business Models /|rWee Loon Ng-Loy --|tStatutory Licenses as Enabler of Creative Uses /|rChristophe Geiger.
|a"This book evaluates existing and explores new mechanisms for the adequate payment of copyright owners for the use of their works. The underlying assumption is that adequate rewards to creators and subsequent right holders will continue to be a goal of copyright law (particularly to incentivize further creation and investment). In the search for viable methods it first focuses on the reduction of transaction costs and the role of new technologies. It also discusses the further development and broader application of new mechanisms that might be necessary to enhance the adequacy and efficiency of payment systems, since the more onerous payment systems are, the more irrelevant copyright risks become due to lack of acceptance, and the less likely both are to fulfill their functions"--Back cover.