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This chapter considers various legal rights held by artists, including protections for freedom of expression, copyright and fair use, moral rights and droit de suite. The economic approach is adopted, which looks to the efficiency properties of the allocation of rights, and to their protection through property, liability and inalienability rules, and policy considerations.

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This chapter considers pricing for admission by performing arts organizations and museums, with special emphasis on the various methods of price discrimination used by firms in the creative industries, whether in the commercial, non-profit or public sectors, including direct price discrimination, two-part pricing, bundling, and variations in quality and quantities. It also considers adjustments firms might make if their goal is not purely profit maximization, and looks at the special problems facing the creative industries when applying the technique of dynamic pricing.

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