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Dead Poet's Property - How Does Copyright Influence Price?

Xing Li, Megan MacGarvie, Petra Moser

NBER Working Paper No. 21522
Issued in September 2015

---- Acknowledgments ----

We thank seminar participants at Berkeley, Chicago Economics and Booth, Columbia, Harvard Economics and HBS, KAIST, Michigan, Northwestern Economics and Kellogg, the NBER, Rutgers, Stanford, and Yale, as well as Ashish Arora, Kyle Bagwell, Tim Bresnahan, Bronwyn Hall, Paul Goldstein, Paul Heald, Scott Hemphill, Eric Hilt, Ryan Lampe, Paul Rhode, Lars Stole, Sotaro Shibayama, Joel Watson, Gavin Wright, Yiqing Xing, and Noam Yuchtman for helpful comments. Siyeona Chang, T.J. Hanes, and Ethan Shibutani provided excellent research assistance. We are also grateful for financial support through Stanford’s Second-Year Graduate Research Program, the NBER Program on the Economics of Copyright and Digitization, and the Kauffman Foundation. Moser gratefully acknowledges financial support from the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) and NSF CAREER Grant 1151180. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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