Economics of copyright: challenges and perspectives
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This article outlines the prominence of economic analysis of copyright, not only within the academic community, but also in the legal practice. The successful cooperation of law and economics in the field of copyright calls for advanced microeconomic analytical skills and a high level of legal understanding of intellectual property. The study highlights the central dilemma between access of copyright users and incentives to authors, by raising important issues under the umbrella of the microeconomics of copyright and macroeconomic consequences of piracy.