Research on the Effect of Copyright system on the Development of Creative Industries
Keywords:Copyright, Creative industries, Copyright industires.
Based on its property attribute and incentive function, copyright is often regarded as the organizing principle of creative industries. This paper believes that the positive effect of copyright system on creative industry is limited, and there are negative effects of copyright on creative industry such as monopoly, high cost and negative incentives. Copyright may be not the primary factor for the development of creative industries, and the empirical research on the relationship between copyright and creative industries needs to be further studied.
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