Copyright history



The following bibliographical resources were used for the preparation of the book "Alle origini del copyright e del diritto d'autore. Tecnologia, interessi e cambiamento giuridico" (The Origin of Copyright and Droit D'Auteur. Technology, Interests, and Legal Change) by Umberto Izzo, published by Carocci, Rome in 2010. Nevertheless this bibliography is in progress and it will be expanded and updated over the time. 


Umberto Izzo 



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s.n., A Sixth Century Copyright Suit, in “Scientific American”, 76, 1897, p. 52;


Aa.Vv., Anglo-American Copyright, in “The North American Review”, 146, 1888, pp. 67 ss.;


Abrams H. B., The Historic Foundation of American Copyright Law: Exploding the Myth of Common Law Copyright, in “Wayne Law Review”, 29, 1983, pp. 1119 ss.;


Abrams M. H., Lo specchio e la lampada: la teoria romantica e la tradizione critica, Il Mulino, Bologna 1976 (ed. orig. The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1952);


Aide C., A More Comprehensive Soul: Romantic Conceptions of Authorship and the Copyright Doctrine of Moral Right, in “University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review”, 48, 1990, pp. 211 ss.;


Alengry F., Condorcet: guide de la révolution française, (reimpression de l’édition de Paris, 1904), Slatkine Reprints, Genève 1971;


Alexander I., Criminalising Copyright: A Story of Publishers, Pirates and Pieces of Eight, in “Cambridge Law Journal”, 66, 2007, pp. 625 ss.;


Alford W. P., To Steal a Book Is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in Chinese Civilization, Stanford University Press, Stanford Ca. 1995;


Allison J. R., Lin L., The Evolution of Chinese Attitudes Toward Property Rights in Invention and Discovery, 2000;


Alschuler A. W., Rediscovering Blackstone, in “University of Pennsylvania Law Review”, 145, 1996, pp. 1 ss.;


Alston L., Eggertsson T., North D. C. (eds.), Empirical Studies in Institutional Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1996;


Amar M., Dei diritti degli autori di opere dell’ingegno, Bocca, Torino 1874;


Amory H., Hall D. D. (eds.), A History of the Book in America, vol. 1, The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 2000;


Arber E., A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London, 1554-1640 A.D., Stationer’s Company, London 1875-77;


Armstrong E., English Purchases of Printed Books from the Continent 1465-1526, in “The English Historical Review”, 94, 1979, pp. 268 ss;


Armstrong E., Before Copyright. The French Book Privilege System 1428-1526, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1990;


Ascarelli T., Teoria della concorrenza e dei beni immateriali. Istituzioni di diritto industriale, Giuffrè, Milano 1960;


Astbury R., The Renewel of the Licensing Act in 1693 and Its Lapse in 1695, in “The Library”, 33, 1978, pp. 296 ss.;


Auteri P., Floridia G., Mangini V., Olivieri G., Ricolfi M., Spada P., Diritto industriale. Proprietà intellettuale e concorrenza3, Giappichelli, Torino 2009;


Avrin L., Scribes, Script and Book: The Books Arts from Antiquity to the Reinassance, American Library Association, Chicago-London 1991;


Baker K. M. et al. (eds.), The Old Regime and the French Revolution, Chicago University Press, Chicago 1987;


Baldini A. E. (a cura di), Jean Bodin a 400 anni dalla morte. Bilancio storiografico e prospettive di ricerca, in “Il Pensiero politico”, 30, 1997, pp. 155-392;


Baloch T. A., Law Booksellers and Printers as Agents of Unchange, in “Cambridge Law Journal”, 66, 2007, pp. 389 ss.;


Barbier F., Storia del libro. Dall’antichità al XX secolo, Dedalo, Bari 2004 (ed. orig. Historie du livre, Harmand Colin, Paris 2001);


Barnard J., London Publishing, 1640-1660: Crisis, Continuity, and Innovation, in “Book History”, 4, 2001, pp. 1 ss.;


Baron P., Back to the Future: Learning from the Past in the Database Debate, in “Ohio State Law Journal”, 62, 2001, pp. 879 ss.;


Bartocci U., Aspetti giuridici dell’attività letteraria in Roma antica. Il complesso percorso verso il riconoscimento dei diritti degli autori, Giappichelli, Torino 2009;


Bayet J., La Société des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques, Rousseau, Paris 1908;


Beer S. H., To Make a Nation. The Rediscovery of American Federalism, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1994;


Bell M., Offensive Behaviour in the English Book Trade, 1641-1700, in Myers R., Harris M., Mandelbrote G. (eds.), Against the Law. Crime, Sharp Practice and the Control of Print, Oak Knoll Press & The British Library, New Castle–London 2004, pp. 61 ss.;


Bell A., Parchomovsky G., Reconfiguring Property in Three Dimensions, in “Chicago Law Review”, 75, 2008, pp. 1015 ss.;


Benjamin W., L’opera d’arte nell’era della sua riproducibilità tecnica, Einaudi, Torino 2000;


Benkler Y., The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, Yale University Press, New Haven Ct.-London 2006 (ediz. it. La ricchezza della Rete. La produzione sociale trasforma il mercato e aumenta le libertà, Università Bocconi editore, Milano 2007);


Bennett A., The Author, Routledge, Oxon, 2005;


Bennett H. S., English Books & Readers 1475 to 1557, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989;


Bennett H. S., English Books & Readers 1558 to 1603, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989;


Bennett H. S., English Books & Readers 1603 to 1640, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989;


Bently L., Kretschmer M. (eds.), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), 2008;


Berman H. J., Reid, Jr. C. J., The Transformation of English Legal Science: From Hale to Blackstone, in “Emory Law Journal”, 45, 1996, pp. 437;


Bernstein L., Opting out of the Legal System: Extralegal Contractual Relations in the Diamond Industry, in “The Journal of Legal Studies”, 21, 1992, pp. 115 ss.;


Besterman T., Le origini della bibliografia, Le lettere, Firenze 2008;


Betting R. V., Copyrighting Culture. The Political Economy of Intellectual Property, Westview Press, Bulder Co. – Oxford 1996;


Birn R., The Profit in Ideas: ‘Privileges en librairie’, in “Eighteen-Century Studies”, 2, 1971, pp. 131 ss.;


Birn R., La censure royal des livres dans la France des lumières, Odile Jacob, Paris 2007;


Birrell A., Seven Lectures On The Law And History Of Copyright In Books, Putnam, New York 1899 – G.P. Cassell & Sons, London 1899;


Blackstone W., Commentaries on the Laws of England (4th ed.), vol. 2, Dublin 1771;


Blagden C., The Stationers’ Company: A History 1403-1959, Stanford University Press, Stanford Ca. 1977 (orig. ed., Allen & Unwin, London 1960);


Blanc E., Traité de la contrefaçon et de sa poursuite en justice, Raymond, Paris 1838;


Blanck O., Il libro nel mondo antico, a cura di Otranto R., Dedalo, Bari 2008 (ed. orig. Das Buche in der Antike, Beck, München 1992);


Bluntschli J. K., Deutsches Privatrecht, 3, Durch Aufnahme des Handels und Wechselrecht erweiterte Aufl., Cotta, München 1864;


Bonazzi T., Dall’indipendenza all’età di Jackson: il quadro storico, in A. Portelli (ed.), La formazione di una cultura nazionale. La letteratura degli Stati Uniti dall’indipendenza all’età di Jackson (1776-1850), Carocci, Roma 1999;


Boorstin D. J., The Mysterious Science of the Law: An Essay on BlackstonÈs Commentaries Showing How Blackstone, Employing Eighteenth Century Ideas of Science, Religion, History, Aesthetics, and Philosophy, Made of the Law at Once a Conservative and a Mysterious Science, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1996 (ed. orig. id., Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1941);


Borghi M., La manifattura del pensiero. Diritti d’autore e mercato delle lettere in Italia (1801-1865), Franco Angeli, Milano, 2003;


Bowry K., Who’s Writing Copyright’s History?, in “European Intellectual Property Review”, 18, 1996, pp. 322 ss.;


Boyle J., The Search for an Author: Shakespeare and The Framers, in “American University Law Review”, 37, 1988, pp. 625 ss.;


Boyle J., The Second Enclosure Movement and the Construction of the Public Domain, in “Law and Contemporary Problems”, 66, 2003, pp. 33 ss.;


Bracha O., Owning Ideas: A History of Anglo-American Intellectual Property, s.d. (dissertation discussed in June 2005);


Bredin J.-D., Sieyès: la clé de la Révolution française, Editions de Fallois, Paris 1988;


Brennan D., Printing in England and Brocasting in Australia: A Comparative Study of Regulatory Impulse, 2001;


Brent D., Oral Knowledge, Typographic Knowledge, Electronic Knowledge: Speculations on the History of Ownership, 1991;


Brokaw C. J., Chow K.-w. (eds.), Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China, University of California Press, Berkeley Ca. 2005;


Brown C. J., Poets, Patrons, and Printers. Crisis of Authority in Late Medioeval France, Cornell University Press, Ithaca-London 1996;


Brown H. F., The Venetian Printing Press 1469-1800: An Historical Study Based upon Documents for the Most Part Hitherto Unpublished, John C. Nimmo, London 1891;


Brown G. S., Reconsidering the Censorship of Writers in Eighteenth-Century France: Civility, State Power, and the Public Theater in the Enlightenment, in “The Journal of Modern History”, 75, 2003, pp. 235 ss.;


Brown G. S., Literary Sociability and Literary Property in France, 1775-1793. Beumarchais, the Société des Auteurs Dramatiques and the Comédie Française, Ashgate, Aldershot-Burlington Vt. 2006;


Brown I., The Evolution of Anti-Circumvention Law, in “International Review of Law, Computers & Technology”, 20, 2006, pp. 239 ss.;


Buell L., New England Literary Culture: From Revolution through Reinassance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 1986;


Bugbee B. W., Genesis of American Patent and Copyright Law, Public Affairs Press, Washington D.C. 1967;


Buringha E., Van Zanden J. L., Charting the “Rise of the West”: Manuscripts and Printed Books in Europe: A Long-Term Perspective from the Sixth through Eighteenth Centuries, in “The Journal of Economic History”, 69 (2), 2009, pp. 409 ss.;


Burke P., Storia sociale della conoscenza. Da Gutenberg a Diderot, Il Mulino, Bologna 2002;


Burns R. P., Blackstone’s Theory of the “Absolute” Right of Property, in “Cincinnati Law Review”, 54, 1985, pp. 67 ss.;


Calmels É., De la Propriété et de la contre-façon des oeuvres de l'intelligence, Cosse, Paris 1856;


Carrière J.-C., Eco U., Non sperate di liberarvi dei libri (a cura di de Tonnac J.-P.), Bompiani, Milano 2009;


Carter T. F., The Invention of Printing in China and its Spread Westward (2nd ed. revised by Goodrich L.C.), The Ronald Press, New York 1955;


Carter S. L., Does it Matter whether Intellectual Property is Property?, in “Chicago-Kent Law Review”, 68, 1993, pp. 715 ss.;


Caso R., L’evoluzione del copyright statunitense e del diritto d’autore italiano, in Caso R., Pascuzzi G. (a cura di), I diritti sulle opere digitali. Copyright statunitense e diritto d’autore italiano, Cedam, Padova 2002;


Caso R., Pascuzzi G., Rossato A., I diritti sulle opere digitali. Copyright statunitense e diritto d’autore italiano, Materiali giuridici in forma ipertestuale, Trento 2002, CD allegato a Caso R., Pascuzzi G. (a cura di), I diritti sulle opere digitali. Copyright statunitense e diritto d’autore italiano, Cedam, Padova 2002;


Caso R., Digital Rights Managment. Il commercio delle informazioni digitali fra contratto e diritto d’autore (ristampa digitale), Roberto Caso, Trento 2006 (ed. orig. Cedam, Padova 2004);


Caso R. (a cura di), Digital Rights Management. Problemi teorici e prospettive applicative (Atti del Convegno tenuto presso la Facoltà di Giurisprudenza di Trento il 21 ed il 22 marzo 2007), Università degli Studi di Trento, Trento, 2008;


Castellani C., I privilegi di stampa e la proprietà letteraria in Venezia: Dalla introduzione della stampa nella città fin verso la fine del secolo XVIII, Fratelli Visentini, Venezia 1888;


Cavagnari A., La filosofia del diritto e la proprietà letteraria, Prosperini, Padova 1883;


Chartier R., Figures of the Author, in Sherman B., Strowel A. (eds.), Of Authors and Origins. Essays on Copyright Law, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1994, pp. 7 ss.;


Chartier R., Property & Privilege in the Republic of Letters (translated by A. Goldhammer), in “Daedalus”, Spring 2002, pp. 60 ss.;


Cipolla C., Literacy and Development in the West, Penguin, London 1969;


Clark G., The Political Foundations of Modern Economic Growth: England, 1540-1800, in “Journal of Interdisciplinary History”, XXVI, 4, 1996, pp. 563 ss.;


Clegg C. S., Press Censorship in Elizabethan England, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 1997;


Cohen M. L., Legal Litterature in Colonial Massachusetts, in Coquilette D. R. (ed.), Law in Colonial Massachusetts 1630-1800, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville 1984;


Colclough D., Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 2005;


Connell F. J., Censorship and the Prohibition of Books in Catholic Church Law, in “Columbia Law Review”, 54, 1954, pp. 699 ss.;


Cooper Dreyfuss R., A Wiseguy’s Approach to Information Products: Muscling Copyright and Patent into a Unitary Theory of Intellectual Property, in “Supreme Court Review”, 1992, pp. 195 ss.;


Cornish W. R., The Author’s Surrogate: The Genesis of British Copyright, in O’Donovan K., Rubin G. R. (eds.), Human Rights and Legal History. Essays in Honour of Brian Simpson, Oxford University Press, Oxford-New York 2000, pp. 254 ss.;


Cornu D., Swift, Motte and the Copyright Struggle: Two Unnoticed Documents, in “Modern Language Notes”, 54 (2), 1939, pp. 114 ss.


Cotter T. F., Gutenberg’s Legacy: Copyright, Censorship, and Religious Pluralism, 2001;


Cristea J. L. N., Contribution à l'étude du droit d'auteur, Lavergne, Paris 1938;


Cristofaro C., Trattato del diritto d’autore e d’inventore, Bocca, Torino 1931;


Croenen G., Ainsworth P. F. (eds.), Patrons, Authors and Workshops: Books and Book Production in Paris around 1400, Peeters, Leuven 2006;


Darnton R., L’intellettuale clandestino. Il mondo dei libri nella Francia dell’Illuminismo, Garzanti, Milano 1990 (ed orig. The Literary Underground of the Old Regime, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1982);


David P. A., Le istituzioni della proprietà intellettuale ed il pollice del panda. Brevetti, diritti d’autore e segreti industriali nella teoria economica e nella storia, (trad. it. a cura di Fontana M.) in Clerico G., Rizzello S. (a cura di), Diritto ed economia della proprietà intellettuale, Cedam, Padova 1998;


David P. A., The End of Copiright History?, in “Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues”, 1 (2), 2004, pp. 5 ss.;


Dawson R. L., The French Booktrade and the “Permission Simple” of 1777: Copyright and Public Domain, Voltaire Foundation, Oxford 1992;


De Boni C., Condorcet: l’“esprit général” nella rivoluzione francese, Bulzoni, Roma 1989;


de Caritat J. A. N., marquis de Condorcet, Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain: ouvrage posthume, Agasse, Paris 1798 (trad. it. a cura di Calvi G., Saggio di un quadro storico dei progressi dello spirito umano, Editori riuniti, Roma 1995);


de Caritat J. A. N., Marquis de Condorcet, Fragments sur la liberté de la presse, in Condorcet O’Connor A., Arago M. F. (eds.), Œuvres de Condorcet, t. XI, Firmin Didot Frères, Paris 1847, pp. 255 ss.;


De Gregorio A., Contributo ad uno studio sulla natura del diritto d’autore, in “Rivista di diritto commerciale”, 1910, I, pp. 770;


De Moor T., The Silent Revolution: A New Perspective on the Emergence of Commons, Guilds and Other Forms of Corporate Collective Action in Western Europe, in “International Review of Social History”, 53, 2008, pp. 179 ss.;


de Saint Joseph A., Concordance entre le Code Civils étrangeres et le Code Napoleon, t. II, Cotillon, Paris 1856;


de Sanctis V., The Development and the International Confirmation of Copyright, in “Revue internationale du droit d’auteur”, 79, 1974, pp. 206 ss.;


de Tocqueville A., La democrazia in America, Rizzoli, Milano 1992;


Deazley R., The Origin of the Right to Copy. Charting the Movement of Copyright Law in Eighteenth-Century Britain (1695-1775), Hart Publishing, Portland Or.. 2004;


Deazley R., Rethinking Copyright. History, Theory, Language, Edward Elgar, Cheltenam - Northampton Mass. 2006;


Deazley R., Commentary on the Licensing Act 1662, in Bently L., Kretschmer M. (eds.), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), 2008;


Defoe D., An Essay on the Regulation of the Press, Basil Blackwell for Luttrell Society, Oxford 1948 (ed. orig. id., s.e., London 1704);


Diderot D., Lettre sur le commerce de la librairie, Editions Mille et une Nuits, Paris 2003 (ed. orig. La Propriété littéraire au XVIIIe siècle. Lettre sur le commerce de la librairie par Diderot, publiée pour la première fois par le comité de l'association pour la défense de la propriété littéraire et artistique, avec une introduction par M. G. Griffrey, Hachette, Paris 1851);


Diderot D., Potere politico e libertà di stampa, a cura di P. Alatri, Editori Riuniti, Roma 1966;


Dock M. C., Étude sur le droit d'auteur, Librairie générale de droit et de jurisprudence, Paris 1963;


Donald M., L’evoluzione della mente, Garzanti, Milano, 1996 (ed. orig. Origins of the Modern Mind, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1991);


Donati A., La fondazione giusnaturalistica del diritto sulle opere dell’ingegno, in “AIDA - Annali italiani del diritto d’autore, della cultura e dello spettacolo”, 6, 1997, pp. 405 ss.;


Donati A., I valori della codificazione civile, Cedam, Padova 2009;


Donner I., The Copyright Clause of the U.S. Constitution: Why Did the Framers Include It with Unanimous Approval?, in “American Journal of Legal History”, 36, 1992, pp. 361 ss.;


Drassinower A., Labour and Intersubjectivity: Notes on the Natural Law of Copyright, 2001;


Eco U., Combinatoria della creatività (Conferenza tenuta a Firenze per la Nobel Foundation il 15 settembre 2004), 2004;


Eisenstein E. L., The Printing Press as an Agent of Change2 (trad. it. La rivoluzione inavvertita, la stampa come fattore di mutamento, Il Mulino, Bologna 1986), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge- New York 1979;


Eisenstein E. L., From Scriptoria to Printing Shops: Evolution and Revolution in the Early Printed Book Trade, in Carpenter K. E. (ed.), Books and Society in History, R. R. Bowker Compay, New York-London 1983;


Ellickson R. C., Order Without Law. How Neighbours Settle Disputes, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1991;


Ekelund R. B., Tollison R. D., Mercantilism as a Rent-Seeking Society, in Buchanan J. M., Tollison R. D., Tullock G. (eds.), Toward a Theory of the Rent Seeking Society, Texas A&M University Press, College Station TX 1980;


Epstein S. R., Craft Guilds, Apprenticeship, and Technological Change in Preindustrial Europe, in “The Journal of Economic History”, 58, 1998, pp. 684 ss.;


Everton M. J., “The Would-be-Author and the Real Bookseller”: Thomas Paine and Eighteenth-Century Printing Ethics, in “Early American Literature”, 40, 2005, pp. 79 ss.;


Fabiani M., Diritto di autore gastronomico, in “Diritto d’autore”, 1987, pp. 116 ss.;


Falk H., Les privilèges de librairie sous l’ancien régime. Étude historique du conflit des droits sur l’œuvre littéraire, Slatkine reprints, Genève 1970 (réimpression de l’édition de Paris 1906) ;


Feather J., Publishing, Piracy and Politics. An Historical Study of Copyright in Britain, Mansell, London 1994;


Feather J., A History of British Publishing2, Routledge, Oxon-New York 2006;


Febvre L., Martin H.-J., L’apparition du livre, Albin Michel, Paris 1958;


Feldman E. A., The Tuna Court: Law and Norms in the World’s Premier Fish Market, in “California Law Review”, 94, 2006, pp. 313 ss.;


Fenet P. A., Recueil Complet des Travaux Préparatoires du Code Civil, t. XI, Videcoq, Paris 1836;


Ferguson R. A., Law and Letters in American Culture, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass. 1984;


Ferguson R. A., The American Enlightment, 1750-1820, in S. Bercovitch (ed.), The Cambridge History of American Literature, vol. 1, 1590-1820, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge - New York 1994, pp. 347 ss.;


Ferraris M., Lineamenti di una teoria degli oggetti sociali, in Bottani A., Davies R., L’ontologia della proprietà intellettuale, Franco Angeli, Milano 2005, pp. 32 ss.;


Fichte J. G., Dimostrazione dell’illegittimità dell’editoria pirata: un ragionamento e una parabola (ed. orig. Beweis der Unrecht mässigkeit des Büchernachdruckes. Eine Räsonnement und eine Parabel, in Fichte J. G., Sämtliche Werke, t. III, Maier und Müller, Lipsia 1793, p. 225 ss.), in Kant I., Fichte J. G., Reimarus J. A. H., Lautore e i suoi diritti – Scritti polemici sulla proprietà intellettuale, (a cura di Pozzo R.), Biblioteca di via Senato Edizioni, Milano 2005, pp. 69 ss.;


Fifoot C. H. S., Lord Mansfield, Scientia Verlag Aaleen, Darmstad 1977;


Finlay M., Western Writing Implements: In the Age of the Quill Pen, Plains Books, Carlisle 1990;


Foucault M., Che cos'è un autore?, in Foucault M., Scritti letterari, Feltrinelli, Milano 1971 (ed. orig. Qu'est-ce qu'un auteur?, in “Bulletin de la Société française de Philosophie”, 63, 1969, pp. 73 ss.), pp. 21 ss.;


Fowell F., Palmer F., Censorship in England, Benjamin Blom, New York-London 1969 (ed. orig. id., F. Palmer, London 1913);


Franceschelli R., Le origini e lo svolgimento del diritto industriale nei primi secoli dell’arte della stampa, in “Rivista di diritto industriale”, 1952, pp. 151 ss.;


Franceschelli R., Le prime esperienze legislative in materia di diritto industriale (Il diritto industriale nel sec. XVIII), in “Rivista di diritto industriale“, 1952, pp. 302 ss.;


Friedman L. M., Storia del diritto americano, Giuffrè, Milano 1995;


Fulin R., Documenti per servire alla Storia della Tipografia Veneziana, in “Archivio veneto”, 23, 1882, pp. 84 ss.;


Gambaro A., voce Francia, in “Digesto delle discipline privatistiche. Sezione civile”, vol. VIII, UTET, Torino 1992, pp. 471 ss.;


Ganea P., Copyright, in Heath C. (ed.), Intellectual Property Right in China, Kluwer Law International, Den Hag 2005;


Garon J. M., Media & Monopoly in the Information Age: Slowing the Convergence at the Marketplace of Ideas, in “Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal”, 17, 1999, pp. 491 ss.;


Gastambide A.-J., Traité théorique et pratique des contrefaçons en tous genres, ou de la Propriété en matière de littérature, théâtre, musique et peinture, Legrand et Descauriet, Paris 1837;


Geller P. E., Copyright History and the Future: What’s Culture Got To Do With It?, in “Journal of Copyright Society of the U.S.A.”, 47, 2000, pp. 209 ss.;


Gerulaitis L. V., Printing and Publishing in Fifteenth-Century Venice, American Library Association, Chicago 1976;


Gilmore M. T., The Literature of the Revolutionary and Early National Period, in Bercovitch S. (ed.), The Cambridge History of American Literature, vol. 1, 1590-1820, Cambridge New York, 1994, pp. 541 ss.;


Ginsburg J. C., A Tale of Two Copyrights: Literary Property in Revolutionary France and America, in “Tulane Law Review”, 64, 1990, pp. 991 ss.;


Ginsburg J. C., Putting Cars on the “Information Superhighway”: Authors, Exploiters, and Copyright in Cyberspace, in “Columbia Law Review”, 95, 1995, pp. 1466 ss. ;


Ginsburg J. C., Copyright and Control Over New Technologies of Dissemination, in “Columbia Law Review”, 101, 2001, pp. 1613 ss.;


Goebel L., The Role of History in Copyright Dilemmas, in “Journal of Law and Information Science”, 9, 1998, pp. 23 ss.;


Goldstein P., Copyright and the First Amendment, in “Columbia Law Review”, 70, 1970, pp. 983 ss.;


Gómez-Arostegui H. T., What History Teaches Us about Copyright Injunctions and the Inadequate-Remedy-At-Law Requirement, in “Southern California Law Review”, 81, 2008, pp. 1197 ss.;


Goody J., The Logic of Writing and the Organization of Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1986;


Goody J., Watt I., The Consequences of Literacy, in Goody J. (ed.), Literacy in Traditional Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1968;


Gordon W., A Property Right in Self-Expression: Equality and Individualism in the Natural Law of Intellectual Property, in “Yale Law Journal”,102, 1993, pp. 1532 ss.;


Gordon W. J., Bone R., Copyright, in Bouckaert B., De Geest G. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Law & Economics, Vol. 2, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham 2000, pp. 189 ss.;


Ghosh S., Come costruire un bene comune: la proprietà intellettuale è limitante, agevolante o irrilevante?, in Hesse C., Ostrom E., La conoscenza come bene comune. Dalla teoria alla pratica, Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2009 (ed. orig. Understanding Knowledge as a Commons, The MIT Press, Cambridge Mass., 2007), pp. 221 ss.;


Gray W. F., Alexander Donaldson and His Fight for Cheap Books, in “Juridical Review”, 38, 1926, pp. 180;


Graziadei M., Diritto soggettivo, potere, interesse,in G. Alpa, M. Graziadei, A. Guarneri, U. Mattei, P. G. Monateri, R. Sacco, Il diritto soggettivo,in Trattato di diritto civile (diretto da R. Sacco), Torino 2001, pp. 3 ss.;


Greatrex R., The Authentic, the Copy and the Counterfeit in China: An Historical Overview, in Timoteo M. (a cura di), Regimi e tutela della proprietà intellettuale in Cina, Tiellemedia, Roma, 2008, pp. 115 ss;


Greco P., Vercellone P., I diritti sulle opere dell’ingegno, UTET, Torino 1974;


Green N., Journeymen, Middlemen: Travel, Transculture, and Technology in the Origins of Muslim Printing, in “International Journal of Middle East Studies”, 41, 2009, pp. 203 ss.;


Greene J., The Trouble with Authorship. Literary Property and Authorial Liability in England, 1660-1730, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2005;


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Grendler P. F., L’inquisizione romana e l’editoria a Venezia 1540-1605, Roma, 1983 (ed. orig. The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian Press 1540-1605, Princeton University Press, Princeton N.J. 1977;


Grief A., Milgrom P., Weingast B. R., Coordination, Commitment, and Enforcement: The Case of the Merchant Guild, in Knight J., Sened I. (eds.), Explaining Social Institutions, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor 1995;


Griffin D. H., Literary Patronage in England 1650-1800, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-New York 1996;


Grossi P., La legalità costituzionale nella storia del diritto moderno, Discorso pronunciato l’11 giugno 2009 in occasione della cerimonia di chiusura dell’anno accademico 2008-2009 dell’Accademia dei Lincei, 2009;


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