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Friday, December 13 • 10:30 - 13:00
User Rights Track: Empirical Research on Copyright User Rights

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Empirical Research on Copyright User Rights: PIJIP and Consumers International will share their plans to promote empirical research on copyright limitations and exceptions, including through creation of a global index on copyright flexibility and surveys of consumers and businesses. The workshop will engage participants in research design issues and recruit partners to help document alterations in copyright user rights over time. Presentation slides available below....

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Malcolm

Jeremy Malcolm

Jeremy Malcolm is Consumers International's Senior Policy Officer for Consumers in the Digital Age, coordinating its global programmes on Access to Knowledge (A2K), broadband, and consumer rights and representation in the information society from CI's Asia-Pacific office in Kuala... Read More →
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Mike Palmedo

Mike Palmedo is Assistant Director for Grants and Research at American University’s Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property.  He writes for and administers the InfoJustice blog on international public interest IP law, and is working on an empirical research project focused on copyright limitations and exceptions.  Palmedo holds a Masters in International Economic Relations from the American University School of International Studies, where he focused... Read More →
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Walter Park

Walter G. Park is a Professor of Economics at the American University in Washington, D.C. and a special sworn employee at the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. His primary field of research is international intellectual property rights (IPRs) and technological change. He has developed... Read More →



Friday December 13, 2013 10:30 - 13:00
Exhibition Hall