An Economist’s Guide to Digital Music

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Martin Peitz; Patrick Waelbroeck;
  • Subject: music, internet, file-sharing, peer-to-peer, piracy, digital rights management, copyright, e-commerce

In this guide, we discuss the impact of digitalization on the music industry. We rely on market and survey data at the international level as well as expert statements from the industry. The guide investigates recent developments in legal and technological protection of... View more
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