Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses

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Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses. / Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen; Riis, Thomas; Rognstad, Ole-Andreas.

2016.

Publikation: Working paperForskningfagfællebedømt

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Schovsbo, JH, Riis, T & Rognstad, O-A 2016 'Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses'.

APA

Schovsbo, J. H., Riis, T., & Rognstad, O-A. (2016). Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses.

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Schovsbo JH, Riis T, Rognstad O-A. Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses. 2016.

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Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen ; Riis, Thomas ; Rognstad, Ole-Andreas. / Collective Agreements for the Clearance of Copyrights – The Case of Collective Management and Extended Collective Licenses. 2016.

Bibtex

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