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16
Sep
16

Introducing our guests: Martin Lücke (Macromedia University, Berlin)

foto-martin-luecke-015_kleinThe 7th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 27-29, 2016 are devoted to “Self-Management in the Digital Music Business”. International music business experts, therefore, discuss the challenges and chances of artist self-management as well as the future development. Find the program here.

Martin Lücke, Professor for music management at the Macromedia University, campus Berlin, will talk on “Career Centers at Music Universities – Best Practices” in Joseph-Haydn-Hall on Sep. 29 from 9:30-10:15. In the following discussion  on the same topic he will moderate a panel with Angela Myles Beeching (Manhattan School of Music, author of “Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music”, New York), Gretchen Amussen (L’Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Paris), Stefan Simon (Head of Career Center of the University for Music Detmold).

Dr. Lücke was appointed as professor for Music Management at the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Munich in 2009. In 2013 he changed to the Berlin campus and resumed the position as Head of Media School. He is co-author of “Management in der Musikwirtschaft” (Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2013). Martin Lücke studied musicology, history and politics at the University in Bochum. After his doctoral thesis about Jazz in Totalitarism (published in 2004), he worked in the cultural sector for several years, for the Bochumer Symphoniker as dramatic advisor (2003–2006) and for the historical museum Haus der Geschichte in Bonn as research assistant (2006–2008). Martin Lücke published several books and articles; he is also board member in scientific associations such as the Fachverband Kulturmanagement, the International Association for Music Business Research and the Gesellschaft für Musikwirtschafts- und Musikkulturforschung. Among other topics, he focuses his research on crowdfunding, music education and popular music. You find further details on his website: www.klangtext.de.

 

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Martin Lücke and Josef Limper, 2013, Management in der Musikwirtschaft. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

21
Dec
15

Call for Papers: 7th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2016

The 7th Vienna Music Business Research Days will be held at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, from September 27 to 29, 2016.

Music Business Research is an inter-discipline at the intersection of economic, artistic, cultural, social, legal, technological and further developments which contribute to the creation/production, dissemination/ distribution and reception/consumption of music. This interdisciplinary nature calls for methodological multiplicity and is open to scholars from all scientific areas.

The conference organizers invite scholars (from the postdoctoral level on) who have a research focus on music business/industry related topics to submit a paper proposal for the conference day on September 28, 2016.

Indicative themes on all music business research areas, include, but not limited to:

  • Self-management and career development (institutional and private) of music artists
  • Past, current and future developments in the music industry (recorded music industry, live music sector, music publishing, music retailing and wholesaling, music instruments industry etc.);
  • Music market research and music charts research;
  • The economic and social situation of musicians as well as the labor market for musicians;
  • The management of musicians and music institutions;
  • The marketing of music;
  • Music branding and sponsoring;
  • Public and private funding of the music sector (including new forms of music funding such as crowdfunding);
  • Case studies on music companies and other music institutions;
  • Legal aspects of the music business (contracts, copyright, competition law/policy etc.);
  • Music licensing and collecting societies;
  • Music media (radio, TV, online-based media etc.);
  • Economic aspects of music genres (classical, pop/rock, jazz, world music markets etc.);
  • Business-related music education;
  • Music export;

Gender issues are welcome and can be included in almost every research topic mentioned above.

 

Submission

Please send an abstract of your proposal to vmbrdays@gmail.com no later than April 30, 2016.

All submissions must include a Title, Authors (names, affiliations, e-mails of all authors and a notation (*) of the corresponding author), an abstract of 1,000-1,500 words and 3-5 keywords. Abstracts must be submitted in English, as a MS Word file (*.doc or *.docx) or *.pdf file, and include:

  • Objectives of the research
  • Brief description of the disciplinary/theoretical context/background
  • Research questions and/or hypotheses
  • Methodology
  • Main or expected conclusions / contribution
  • Main references

Abstracts will be subject to a double-blind peer-review process by an international jury, and authors will be notified of acceptance by June 01, 2016.

Final papers should not exceed 7,000 words (including abstracts, figures, tables, references and appendices) and follow the author guidelines of the International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR). The best paper will be offered publication in IJMBR.

Continue reading ‘Call for Papers: 7th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2016’

06
May
15

International Journal of Music Business Research – April 2015, vol. 4, no. 1

The April issue of the International Journal of Music Business Business Research is now available online. This special issue – edited by Martin Lücke (professor at Macromedia University of Applied Sciences Berlin) and Carsten Winter (professor at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media – focuses on the German music economy. In the first article, Helmut Scherer & Carsten Winter (both full professors at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media) discuss success factors for music-based crowdfunding in Germany. Ronny Gey (University Jena), Frank Schumacher, Stephan Klingner (both University Leipzig) and Bettina Schasse de Araujo (Institute for Applied Informatics) highlight the conflict between artistic and economic rationales in a shrinking recorded music market that negatively affects creative and innovative processes in the music industry. In the third article David-Emil Wickström (Pop Academy Baden-Württemberg), Martin Lücke and Anita Jóri (both Macromedia University of Applied Sciences Berlin) discuss the higher education of musicians and music industry workers within the field of Popular Music in Germany.

Volume 4, no 1, April 2015 – special issue on the German Music Economy

Editorial by Martin Lücke & Carsten Winter, pp. 4-8

Helmut Scherer & Carsten Winter: Success factors for music-based crowdfunding as a new means of financing music projects, pp. 9-25

Ronny Gey, Frank Schumacher, Stephan Klingner & Bettina Schasse de Araujo: Buried by administration: How the music industry loses its creativity. An empirical study of German music labels and publishers, pp. 26-54

David-Emil Wickström, Martin Lücke & Anita Jóri: The higher education of musicians and music industry workers in Germany, pp. 55-88




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