Musikk

Moneyballing Music - Using big data to give consumers what they really want and enhance A&R practices at major record labels

Mukerji, P.
MusicTank Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-909750-06-7

Prithwijit Mukerji’s MA Music Business Management Project paper is an empirical study of the use of social media Big Data to better anticipate consumers’ tastes and better inform A&R processes and decision-making.

By Spring 2014, this was an extremely current subject, the stature of which developed significantly during the course of his research including Shazam’s link-up with Warner Music Group (Feb 2014) and the purchase of The Echo Nest by Spotify (March 2014).

This paper successfully analysed current business trends incorporating latest research and industry-based interviews and as such offered an overview of an emerging and exciting field of study. 

2015
Working Paper
Kulturarv

The three economic values of cultural heritage: a case study in the Netherlands

Ruijgrok, E. C. M.
Journal of Cultural Heritage
7(3), pp. 206-213

This paper shows that the economic benefits of conserving the most threatened types of cultural heritage surpass the costs. Conservation is a sound investment. For a case study in the Netherlands three different benefits are calculated: a housing comfort value, a recreation value and a bequest value. The housing comfort value is determined through the Hedonic Pricing method (HPM). It is the first time that this monetarisation technique is used to express the value of cultural heritage in Euro's. The results show that historical characteristics of buildings and their surroundings account for almost 15% of property values. The recreation and bequest value are estimated by means of the more commonly used Contingent Valuation method (CVM).

2006
Nederland
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Kulturarv

Preserving Cultural Heritage through Creative Industry: A Lesson from Saung Angklung Udjo

Hani, Ummi,
Azzadina, Irna,
Sianipar, Corinthias P. M.,
Setyagung, Estav Huda,
Ishii, Tomohisa
Procedia Economics and Finance
Volume 4, pages 193-200
2012
Indonesia
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Musikk

A rewarding experience? Exploring how crowdfunding is affecting music industry business models

Gamble, Jordan Robert,
Brennan, Michael,
McAdam, Rodney
Journal of Business Research
Volume 70, pages 25-36

This paper provides an exploratory study of how rewards-based crowdfunding affects business model development for music industry artists, labels and live sector companies. The empirical methodology incorporated a qualitative, semi-structured, three-stage interview design with fifty seven senior executives from industry crowdfunding platforms and three stakeholder groups. The results and analysis cover new research ground and provide conceptual models to develop theoretical foundations for further research in this field. The findings indicate that the financial model benefits of crowdfunding for independent artists are dependent on fan base demographic variables relating to age group and genre due to sustained apprehension from younger audiences. Furthermore, major labels are now considering a more user-centric financial model as an innovation strategy, and the impact of crowdfunding on their marketing model may already be initiating its development in terms of creativity, strength and artist relations.

2017
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Kulturarv
Arkitektur

Substitutability and complementarity of urban amenities: external effects of built heritage in Berlin

Ahlfeldt, G.M.,
Maennig, W.
Real Estate Economics
38 (2). pp. 285-323

This article analyzes the impact of designated landmarks on condominium transaction prices in Berlin, Germany. We test for price differentials between listed and nonlisted properties and study their impact on surrounding property prices. The proximity to built heritage is captured by the distance to listed houses and heritage potentiality indicators. Impact is assessed by applying a hedonic model to microlevel data, and this process also addresses spatial dependency. While our findings suggest that designated landmarks do not sell at a premium or discount, landmarks are found to have positive external effects on surrounding property prices within a distance of approximately 600 m.

2010
Tyskland
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Kulturarv

Economic valuation of cultural heritage sites: A choice modeling approach

Choi, S.,
Ritchie, B.W.,
Papandrea, F.,
Bennett, J.
Tourism Management
31 (2), pp 213-220

Despite growing attention by researchers and policy makers on the economic value of cultural heritage sites, debate surrounds the use of adequate methods. Although choice modeling techniques have been applied widely in the environmental economics field, their application in tourism and cultural economics has been much more limited. This paper contributes to the knowledge on the economic valuation of cultural heritage sites through a national choice modeling study of Old Parliament House, Australia. The study sought to value marginal changes in several attributes of this site and revealed that only some of them are valued positively: extending the period of temporary exhibitions, hosting various events, and having ‘shop and café’ and ‘fine dining’. Advantages of using a mixed logit model are provided and managerial and policy implications are discussed.

2010
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Kulturarv

The Social benefits of heritage

Vinson, I. (ed)
Museum International
Volume 63, no. 1-2
2011
Tidsskrift
Kulturarv

Værdien av bygningsarven

Realdania

Vi giver i denne rapport for første gang en samlet oversigt over den viden, der eksisterer i dag om bygningsarvens værdi opgjort i kroner. Alle de væsentlige effekter som litteraturen peger på, samler vi, og vi udreder hvordan, de påvirker hinanden i en value map. Det giver et overblik over alle de måder bygningsarven skaber værdi.

2015
Danmark
Rapport
Kulturarv

Kulturminner og næringsutvikling – eksemplene Møllebyen i Moss, Levanger, Inderøy og Stiklestad

Econ
2003-121

Kulturarven kan være med på å utløse verdiskaping i form av næringsutvikling. Dette kan enten skje direkte, gjennom at virksomheter baseres på et kulturminne, kulturmiljø eller tradisjonsbåren kunnskap, eller indirekte gjennom at bevisst satsing på (lokal) kulturarv kan bidra til å gjøre en kommune eller et sted mer attraktivt både å bo i og å etablere næringsvirksomhet i. I Møllebyen i Moss og kommunene Levanger, Inderøy og Verdal har man i variert omfang lykkes i å kombinere næringsutvikling og vern. Eksemplene viser at langsiktig og sikker finansiering, formell forankring spesielt på kommunal nivå, lokalt og bredt engasjement og et velfungerende samarbeid mellom alle berørte parter er viktige faktorer for at satsingen skal lykkes.

2003
Norge
Rapport
Musikk

(Virke)apparatet bak musikken

Rykkja, A.
Kunnskapsverket
02/2017

Formålet med denne rapporten er å utrede og kartlegge i hvilken grad det nasjonale virkemiddelapparatet rettet mot musikkindustrien har virkemidler som svarer til virksomheters behov. Virksomhetenes behov for finansiering av drift, kompetanseheving og ulike drivere og barrierer for utvikling, særlig i forhold til internasjonalisering og eksport har blitt vektlagt i analyser.  Behov og ønsker er forsøkt avdekket gjennom en kvalitativ studie hvor 18 virksomheter, som har det til felles at de enten har mottatt Music Norways eksportprogram eller vært deltagere i det tilpassede FRAM programmet for musikkindustrien i regi av Innovasjon Norge og Music Norway, har deltatt.
Prosjektet er gjennomført i samarbeid med Music Norway og Buzzfond, som har bidratt med delfinansiering, kontakt med informanter og virksomhetene og personalressurser.

2017
Norge
Rapport
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