Emily Hudson; Sophie Waller; Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.
|描述：||36 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|
|内容：||1. Introduction --
2. The status of visual artists in Australia --
3. Rationales and content of a resale royalty right --
4. Will a resale royalty scheme meets its objectives --
5. Alternatives --
|丛书名：||Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia working paper, no. 11/04.|
|责任：||Emily Hudson and Sophie Waller.|
A droit de suite entitles visual artists and their heirs to receive a royalty from the resale of certain works of art. Recently, there have been calls for Australia to introduce a resale royalty right into the Copyright Act. However, academic commentary and empiral research question whether resale royalties achieve their stated aims. In particular, evidence demonstrates that resale royalties tend to accrue to established artists and their heirs, providing little or no financial benefit to the cast majority of artists. This paper discusses whether Australia should introduce a droit de suite and considers other alternatives to such a scheme.