Joint Authorship

Joint Authorship

 

the possession by two or more persons of the copyright to a work of literature or art or a scientific or scholarly work, or the patent and other rights to a scientific discovery or invention. In the USSR, the term is also applicable to rationalization proposals.

In the USSR, the relationships between joint authors, including the authors’ respective use of their rights, are determined by mutual agreement. Income or royalties are also distributed by mutual agreement or sometimes in a manner provided by law. Disputes arising from joint authorship are resolved in court.

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While works of joint authorship or editorship are eligible, no submissions can have previously received any local, Arab, or international award, and they must also have been published as paper-based and bound books.
396%) of the papers have been written in joint authorship.
Assigning joint authorship (in any permutation) appears, at first glance, to nicely avoid the question of who is the primary author of the work.
Though the court addressed a multitude of different avenues through which a person involved with a complex film could obtain a copyright interest--licensing, joint authorship, derivative work, and work made for hire--the court ultimately concluded that none of these roads led to a copyright for Garcia.
An Idea of Authorship" challenges this premise--that ideas, no matter how significant, cannot qualify for joint authorship in collaborative works--and argues that we as a society should, under certain circumstances, recognize idea-contributors like Welles as joint authors.
On the other hand, several judges challenged Garcia's counsel with questions regarding issues of joint authorship, deference to the district court, the proper application of injunctive relief, the role of the First Amendment, and whether there was sufficient original expression in a dubbed, five second performance to justify copyright protection.
The case studies emphasise the collaborative nature of digital humanities scholarship (a point also demonstrated in the joint authorship of the book), as well as the potential for projects to be cross-disciplinary and multi-institutional.
The data and research results will be published with mutual consent as joint authorship, jointly explore funding, development and execution of national/ international projects for research and education development in mutually agreed areas, holding of joint meetings, conferences, seminars, symposia, workshops and training courses, access to knowledge, data, libraries, classrooms, labs, fields and other facilities at the institutions and country wide establishments of the two parties.
Of the eighteen papers collected here, all have been published elsewhere, but not always of joint authorship, nor always in the identical form.
Such repetitions may be a casualty of joint authorship, but one would think that double proof-reading would double the chance to eliminate tautology.

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