Exploiting the rights in the agreement

Owen, Lynette
June 1992
Publishing Research Quarterly;Summer92, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
Stresses that the exploitation of a full range of rights is necessary to make publishing projects economically viable. Setting out by publishing contracts of the division of proceeds between the author and publisher; Categories of exploitation in the publishing industry; Extent of the scope of so-called territorial rights.


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