Young Scholars’ Workshop on June 29, 09.00-18.00 in Joseph Haydn-Hall


Programme in pdf-format


09.00-09.15: Welcome address by Peter Tschmuck & Carsten Winter


09.15-10.45: Panel 1: The end users’ perspective – discussant Joel Waldfogel

Janina Stork, How do users benefit from cloud-based music services?

Enrique Fatas and Maria Escriva, Pirates or corsairs? An experimental analysis of property rights in digital music

Stefan Lorenz, ‘Matching the vibe’: Effects of sharing playlists


10.45-11.00: Coffee break


11.00-12.30: Panel 2: Music management – discussant David Bahanovich

Lucie Šilerová, Alena Řezníčková, Pavel Šnajdr, Application of theoretical management instruments to orchestral organizations in Czech Republic

Maike Engelmann, Lorenz Grünwald, Julia Heinrich, The ‘artepreneur’: A model for future success and personal fulfillment for artists

Kinga Jentetics, The strategic integration of music branding and its evolution in the past 10 years


12.30-13.30: Lunch break


13.30-15.00: Panel 3: The artists’ perspective – discussant Peter Tschmuck

Pablo Tupinambá Campos, New business models in the recording industry: An artists’ perspective

Holger Schwetter, sharing – what else? Examining how idenpendent musicians make a living today

Florian Waldner, Simulating the digital music market: When music becomes software. Everybody is an artist


15.00-15.15: Coffee break


15.15-16.15: Panel 4: Music branding and cultural policy – discussant Carsten Winter

Christopher Buschow, Lobbying the German cultural policy. A research agenda

Barbora Štěpánková, Lucie Šilerová, The analysis of contempory cultural policy in the Czech Republic


16.15-16.30: Coffee break


16.30-18.00: Panel 5: The economics of electronic music – discussant Martin Lücke

Jan-Michael Kühn, Working in the Berlin Techno Scene: Theoretical sketch of an electronic music ‘scene economy’

Sebastian Vogt, ‘I’m the operator with a laptop in my hand!?’ The influence of technical innovation on the production process of electronic music in the decade 1997 to 2007

Miriam Akkermann, Between algorithm and improvisation. David Wessel, Karlheinz Essl and Georg Hajdu



June 2023



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