To Promote the Progress: Incentives, Exclusives, and Values to Build a More Perfect Creative CultureOhio Northern University Law Review (2014)
Significant academic and judicial focus has emphasized the copyright and patent clause to the Constitution as reward and incentive. Much of this analysis, however, highlights a utilitarian focus on efficiency rather than either the Framers' philosophy or a relationship to actual market conditions and incentives. Authorship today reflects competition between traditionally incentive-funded content and free content as moderated on Napster, YouTube, Wikipedia, Facebook, Massive Open Online Courses ("MOOCs"), and open source software sites.
- creative culture,
- promote the progress,
- academic and judicial focus,
- copyright and patent clause
Citation InformationJon M. Garon. "To Promote the Progress: Incentives, Exclusives, and Values to Build a More Perfect Creative Culture" Ohio Northern University Law Review Vol. 40 (2014) p. 467 - 510
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jon_garon/40/