IP Scholars File Comments with OSTP on Public Access to Scholarly Publications

A group of intellectual property scholars filed comments yesterday with the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), asking it to forgo its plans to make all federally-funded scholarly publications free and open to the public upon initial publication. The comments were submitted in response to a notice of Request for Information (RFI) that was … Continue reading “IP Scholars File Comments with OSTP on Public Access to Scholarly Publications”

How Copyright Drives Innovation in Scholarly Publishing

[Cross posted at Truth on the Market] Today’s public policy debates frame copyright policy solely in terms of a “trade off” between the benefits of incentivizing new works and the social deadweight losses imposed by the access restrictions imposed by these (temporary) “monopolies.” I recently posted to SSRN a new research paper, called How Copyright … Continue reading “How Copyright Drives Innovation in Scholarly Publishing”