Technological development, creative authorship and economic incentives are interconnected. The advancement in today’s technology provides a way to the writers to enhance their creativity and share their work with a number of people in a very short period of time. The technology reduces the paper cost and hence the economic investment is quite low. In addition to this, the technology can help one discover a number of sponsors and work providers who can help the writer with funds. Further, a writer can enhance the creativity in writing and adopt new styles that are in pace with the current trends by accessing various websites, etc. File sharing helps in easy sharing of files for proofreading and editing purposes.
The new range of applications provides an easy way to design, proofread, upload and publish their books with less investment (Warwick, 1999).
The copyright law is an ethical law that protects the rights of every writer. It also acts as a motivator for creating new works. For the continuation of production and creation of good intellectual works, technological developments and economic incentives play a major rule. These policies help in avoiding copyright issues in addition to producing works of higher quality by analyzing and understanding the interest of readers and what exactly the readers are looking for.