The Moral Rights of Artists: Droit Moral ou Droit Pecuniaire?
An artist's moral rights consist of the right to be identified as the creator of a work (Attribution), the right to decide when and where to publish the work (Disclosure), the right to withdraw a work from circulation (Withdrawal), and the right to preserve the integrity of the work (Integrity). As there are two main schools of thought on the monetary aspects of copyright, so are there two schools on moral rights. The main interests for economists studying moral rights are (i) the extent to which moral rights should be tied to monetary rights, and (ii) the extent top which moral rights should be alienable.
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