Das Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverleger: Eine ordnungspolitische Analyse
AbstractSince the beginning of the year 2009 the German press publishers have lobbied for their own neighbouring right which should cover even short snippets of online press articles. The new right should basically protect the press publishers' investments in the online environment. Currently there is an intensive debate among several involved interest groups about the expected effects of such a right. The present article aims to sheds some light on the expected economic effects. It states that a neighbouring right is not sufficiently justified by economic theory and can distort efficiency both from an ex ante and an ex post point of view. --
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Leistungsschutzrecht; Urheberrecht; Nachrichtenaggregatoren;
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