A study prepared for the Secretariat‑General of the Commission of the European Communities, 1983. Oxford, ESC Publishing, 1984; also published in Japanese, 1985.
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This is a rewritten and expanded edition of Gillian Davies’well-regarded 1994 monograph examining the basic justifications for copyright, including its moral and economic functions in the light of the public interest. It explores […]