Creative Industries – Events

Ruth Towse – Dealing with Digital. The Economic Organisation of Streamed Music November 20, 2019 - Research Seminar - Wednesday 20 November
Jose Bellido – Merchandising revisited April 4, 2019 - Public Lecture - Thursday 4 April 2019, 18:00
Economics of copyright. Protecting creativity in the Digital Single Market February 6, 2019 - Short Course - Wednesday 6 February
Ruth Towse – Copyright reversion in the creative industries: economics and fair remuneration February 7, 2018 - Research seminar - Wednesday 7 February 2018, 16.00
Amanda Scardamaglia – A Legal History of Lythography June 13, 2017 - Research seminar - Tuesday 13 June, 16.00
Guy Pessach: Beyond IP – The Cost of Free February 22, 2017 - Research Seminar - Wednesday 22 February, 16.00. Critical copyright scholarship rightly emphasizes the social costs of ordering cultural production through proprietary intellectual property law regimes...
Ruth Towse: A Future for the Creative Economy: copyright and cultural economics February 15, 2017 - Faculty Research Seminar, Wednesday 15 February, 16.00
Performers’ Rights: An Evening of Discussion & Performance April 18, 2016 - 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 »
Martin Senftleben: “The future of publishers in the online environment” March 17, 2016 - Public Lectures Series: Thursday 17 March 2016, 14:00, EB 206
PhD School on Economics of Copyright March 3, 2016 - The School is held by Professor Ruth Towse and presupposes a basic knowledge of copyright law. There are limited spaces available for external PhD or advanced LLM students (please contact Maurizio Borghi). Programme The aim of these lectures is to demystify economics for those specializing in copyright law. Economics has a wide remit and is... Read more »
Copyright and Business Models in Music Publishing December 9, 2015 - Workshop Wednesday 9 December 2015, Birkbeck College, University of London Room 101, 30 Russell Square London, WC1 No. 5 on this map http://www.bbk.ac.uk/downloads/centrallondon.pdf As the research project ‘Economic Survival in a Long Established Creative Industry: Strategies, Business Models and Copyright in Music Publishing’, funded by the AHRC, comes to a close, we are holding a final... Read more »
Christophe Geiger: Designing a Limitation for Creative Use in Copyright Law September 10, 2015 - Research seminar: Thursday 10 September, 16:oo, Room EB 202. Abstract: the seminar explores the viability of a dedicated limitation to copyright law to foster creative uses.
Workshop: Music Publishing, copyright and business models June 4, 2015 - One-day Workshop Thursday 4 June 2015 Music publishing is an old established industry that has adapted to successive technological and institutional changes, especially to copyright law, by adopting different strategies and business models. The workshop explores how music publishing has evolved in the long run, and what historical and economic factors can explain its adaptations... Read more »
Ruth Towse Ruth Towse and Maurizio Borghi “Copyright and Business Models in Music Publishing” October 29, 2014 - Seminar organized by the Business School, Bournemouth University Wednesday 29 October 2014 14.00 Room BG 14
Launch of Copyrightuser.org in London March 12, 2014 - The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) together with CREATe, University of Glasgow launched the Copyrightuser.org at The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Creative Economy Showcase. The event was held at Kings Place, London, on Wednesday 12th March 2014. The Showcase demonstrated the outputs and innovations of AHRC investments in the Creative Economy... Read more »
The economics of copyright collecting societies December 3, 2007 - Symposium 2007