Supply Responses to Digital Distribution: Recorded Music and Live Performances
Julie Holland Mortimer; Chris Nosko; Alan Sorensen;
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Changes in technologies for reproducing and redistributing digital goods (e.g., music, movies, software, books) have dramatically affected profitability of these goods, and raised concerns for future development of socially valuable digital products. However, broader il... View more
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