Posts Tagged ‘concerts

30
Oct
19

International Journal of Music Business Research – October 2019, vol. 8, no. 2

The October 2019 issue comprises of three articles covering the full range of music business research. In the first article “Achievement in the South Korean Music Industry” by Björn Boman (Stockholm University) the production system and the industry structures of K-Pop are critically reflected.

In the second article “Giving In: Crowdfunding for musical concerts in India” the authors Anirudh Tagat, Hansika Kapoor & Anurag Tagathighlight the role of crowdfunding for the independent Indian concert business.

In the third and last contribution of this October issue, Tamara Golicnik of the University of Ljubliana researches the application of the balanced scorecard for freelance pianists.

A book review by Martin Ivan Mikulik on “Spotify Teardown: Inside the Black Box of Streaming Music” (Maria Eriksson, Rasmus Fleischer, Anna Johansson, Pelle Snickars & Patrick Vonderau) rounds up the IJMBR’s October 2019 issue.

 

Volume 8, no 2, October 2019

Editorial by Guy Morrow, pp. 4-5

Björn Boman: Achievement in the South Korean Music Industry, pp. 6-26

Anirudh Tagat, Hansika Kapoor & Anurag Tagat: Giving In: Crowdfunding for musical concerts in India, pp. 27-52

Tamara Goličnik: Balanced Scorecard as a pianist’s tool for the implementation and control of business strategies, pp. 53-79

Book review by Martin Ivan Mikulik: Spotify Teardown: Inside the Black Box of Streaming Music by Maria Eriksson, Rasmus Fleischer, Anna Johansson, Pelle Snickars & Patrick Vonderau, pp. 80-82

 

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05
Aug
10

How Bad Is Music File Sharing? – Part 7

In their working paper Curien and Moreau (2005) proposed a model of the music industry under “piracy” in which they took into account quality, variety, as well as price adjustments and showed that P2P file sharing networks could have a positive impact on the music industry as whole (recorded and live music as well as complimentaries such as ringtones). However, record companies bear almost all of the negative effect, whereas artists rather benefit from it, since royalties are often the smallest amount of their income, whereas “piracy” tends to boost live performances. Continue reading ‘How Bad Is Music File Sharing? – Part 7’




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