Creative Industries

Ruth Towse awarded Distinguished Fellow of ACEI

CIPPM Co-Director Professor Ruth Towse has been conferred the honour of Distinguished Fellow of the ACEI (Association for Cultural Economics International). In his article on the Journal of Cultural Economics, professor David Thorsby illustrates the exceptional contribution that Ruth Towse has made to the discipline over more than thirty years, and concludes that “Ruth Towse’s long and distinguished career have… Read more »

Working paper: Researching song titles, product cycles and copyright in published music

Ruth Towse and Hyojung Sun published the working paper Researching song titles, product cycles and copyright in published music: problems, results and data sources The purpose of this Working Paper is to pass on our experience of research on song titles and product cycles in UK music publishing which was intended to provide evidence of the impact… Read more »

Performers’ Rights: An Evening of Discussion & Performance

Date: Monday 18th April 2016 Venue: Digital Catapult Centre​, 101 Euston Road, London, NW1 2RA Registration: 17.00 Event: 17:30pm – 20:30 Fee: £10 per person New IP Lawyers presents an evening of discussion on Performers’ Rights with a key note speech from The Hon Mr Justice Arnold. The evening will continue with short papers on performers’ rights by the three… Read more »

The WINIR Symposium on Property Rights

Ruth Towse's talk

4-6 April, University of Bristol Ruth Towse attended the World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research (WINIR) Symposium on Property Rights which attracted academics from all over the world with a seeming predominance of legal experts. WINIR has its focus on three core disciplines: economics, law and sociology, each of which was represented in the three… Read more »