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Вестник Пермского университета. Юридические науки  / №3 2016

THE STRUCTURE OF COPYRIGHT SYSTEMS OF FRANCE, GERMANY AND RUSSIA (90,00 руб.)

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Первый авторMatveev
Страниц6
ID531620
АннотацияIntroduction: as is known, there are two key copyright law traditions: Anglo-American and Romano-Germanic copyright laws. At the same time, copyright law of the main representatives of Romano-Germanic tradition is not homogeneous, as it may seem at first glance. French and German copyright law is in the vanguard of the continental copyright law, with the copyright law of Russia being among the others in this copyright law system. However, Russian copyright law has some specific characteristics. The purpose of the present article is to define the structure of copyright systems of France, Germany and Russia. Methods: comparative legal, historic, system structural and formal dogmatic methods are used in the analysis. Results: the article considers the influence of philosophical law theories on copyright systems in France, Germany and Russia. These systems are characterized in terms of correlation between the author’s economic and moral rights. The role of exclusive rights is pointed out in copyright systems of France, Germany and Russia. Conclusions: we believe that Russian copyright system is a special form of the dualistic model. Here the legal status of the author’s moral rights is controversial and uncompleted. In fact, this dualism is eclectic since it is influenced by conceptually different systems of French and Soviet copyrights. We come to the conclusion that the term “exclusive rights” has historical rather than theoretical grounds for statutory reference to copyrights.
УДК347.78
THE STRUCTURE OF COPYRIGHT SYSTEMS OF FRANCE, GERMANY AND RUSSIA [Электронный ресурс] / Matveev // Вестник Пермского университета. Юридические науки .— 2016 .— №3 .— С. 103-108 .— Режим доступа: https://rucont.ru/efd/531620

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UDC 347.78 DOI: 10.17072/1995-4190-2016-33-348-353 THE STRUCTURE OF COPYRIGHT SYSTEMS OF FRANCE, GERMANY AND RUSSIA The author acknowledges the support of the Russian Foundation for Humanities (grant 15-03-00456) A. G. Matveev Perm State University 15, Bukireva st., Perm, 614990, Russia ORCID: 0000-0002-5808-939X ResearcherID: F-1946-2016 e-mail: la-musica@yandex.ru Introduction: as is known, there are two key copyright law traditions: Anglo-American and Romano-Germanic copyright laws. <...> At the same time, copyright law of the main representatives of Romano-Germanic tradition is not homogeneous, as it may seem at first glance. <...> French and German copyright law is in the vanguard of the continental copyright law, with the copyright law of Russia being among the others in this copyright law system. <...> However, Russian copyright law has some specific characteristics. <...> Methods: comparative legal, historic, system structural and formal dogmatic methods are used in the analysis. <...> Results: the article considers the influence of philosophical law theories on copyright systems in France, Germany and Russia. <...> These systems are characterized in terms of correlation between the author’s economic and moral rights. <...> The role of exclusive rights is pointed out in copyright systems of France, Germany and Russia. <...> Conclusions: we believe that Russian copyright system is a special form of the dualistic model. <...> In fact, this dualism is eclectic since it is influenced by conceptually different systems of French and Soviet copyrights. <...> We come to the conclusion that the term “exclusive rights” has historical rather than theoretical grounds for statutory reference to copyrights. <...> Keywords: copyright system; exclusive copyright; author’s moral rights; economic rights; monistic model; dualistic model; theoretical grounds for copyright; theories of intellectual property Introduction © The role of copyright in the society is contradictive and comprehensive, with this institute affecting both private and public interests – interests in the sphere of science, education, culture, and arts. <...> Copyrights are moral rights that provide authors and right holders with the possibilities to control use of copyright works and receive commission for it. <...> They enable the author to forbid the third parties from distorting the work or using it without proper attribution. © Matveev A. G., 2016 348 The contradictive role of copyright <...>