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The Publisher in the Changing Markets - S. Sato

The Publisher in the Changing Markets

By: S. Sato (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st January 1998
ISBN: 9789051994223
Number Of Pages: 366

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This publication aims to reconfirm the creative role of the publisher as a conduit for culture built upon the knowledge and experience of the past, as well as to explore the publishers' new role, and legal protection of the publishers' rights, in our evolving digital and information-based society. - Publisher's Rights: The Legal Expression of the Creative Role of the Publisher - Electronic Copyright Management Systems - Value Innovation on the Network - Partners' Perspectives - Asian Experiences - Trading by Electronic Copyright Management Systems - Enforcement of Rights - Conclusion, Recommendations or Resolutions.

A Congratulatory Messagep. 2
A Congratulatory Messagep. 3
WIPO Perspectives on Copyright for the Third Milleniump. 4
Publishing 2000: The Viewpoint of UNESCOp. 8
Welcome Addressp. 14
Welcome Addressp. 16
The Role of the Publisher at the Turn of the Centuryp. 20
Coherence and Continuity: Necessities for an Efficient Protection of Intellectual Creation in the Electronic Environmentp. 25
Publishers' Rights: From Rhetoric to Reality 1984-1998p. 36
Publishers' Rights: Developments in the United States: From the Courts to the Congressp. 50
An American Perspective on Publishers' Rightsp. 54
Copyright/Publishing Right Environment of JBPAp. 58
The Copyright Agreement in Music Publishingp. 62
From ISBN to DOIp. 68
Electronic Copyright Management Systems: Now That We Have DOI, What Comes Next?p. 78
Publishing and Copymartp. 83
The IMPRIMATUR Business Modelp. 86
Introduction to Value Innovation on the Networkp. 92
Monopoly versus Monopsony: New Pressures on Copyrightp. 93
Trends and Experiences in Web-based Publishingp. 97
Value Innovation for Scientists on the Internetp. 100
Beyond Copyright: Legal Protection for Database in the 1990sp. 104
Transmission of Information and Network Publishingp. 114
Publisher Partnerships: Charting the New Relationshipsp. 119
The Partnership between Publishers and Libraries at the Dawn of the Electronic Age: from the Standpoint of an Author, a Reader and a Scientistp. 123
By the Laws of Venice: Copyright and the Bond between Publishers and Libraries in the Digital Agep. 126
Centralized Rights' Management in the Digital Futurep. 134
Copyright in the Age of Digital Librariesp. 145
From Authors to Users of Works: A New Model of Licensing Agreementp. 148
Educating the Educators: Increasing Copyright Awareness in Tertiary Educationp. 157
Summing Up of the Sessionp. 161
The Future of the Copyright System in Asia in the Digital Agep. 168
Protection of the Neighboring Rights of Publishers in Chinap. 171
Copyright in Indiap. 174
Copyright in Thailandp. 176
Malaysia within the Global Information Societyp. 180
The Status and Prospect of Copyright in Koreap. 182
Thoughts for Collective Administration of Rights through the Formation of a Reproduction Rights Organization (RRO) in Singaporep. 184
Copyright Reform: The Debate in Australiap. 187
Summing Up of the Sessionp. 189
ECMS: From Rights Trading to Electronic Publishingp. 194
A Global Outline Journalism Bank on Trial within the IMPRIMATUR Projectp. 213
IBM Digital Library v2.0 - Rights Managementp. 219
ECMS Demonstrationsp. 226
The TRIPS Agreement: Enforcement and Dispute-Settlement Provisionsp. 230
Enforcement in the Online World: A Legal and Technical Perspective from the Software Industryp. 237
How Do We Resist the Position of Some Industries against Copyright Protection?p. 245
Enforcing Copyright Lawsp. 250
Copyright Protection and New Legislation in the Computer Network Agep. 257
An African Perspective on Copyrightp. 261
The Importance of Moral Rights in a Changing Marketp. 266
STM and IFRRO Joint Statement on the Digitization of Printed STM Materialsp. 268
Final Remarksp. 272
Final Remarksp. 274
Closing Addressp. 275
Resolution No. 1 on exclusive rights over electronic editions and databasesp. 276
Resolution No. 2 on enabling technologies in the digital environmentp. 277
Resolution No. 3 on cooperation between partners in the copyright cyclep. 278
Resolution No. 4 on the respect for copyrightp. 279
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ISBN: 9789051994223
ISBN-10: 9051994222
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 366
Published: 1st January 1998
Publisher: IOS Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.54
Edition Number: 1