Economics of the Music Industry targets academic scholars interested in emerging topics in the music industry.
This two-day conference (1-2 December, Hamburg, Germany) brings together leading academics and early-career researchers from a diverse set of disciplines (e.g., marketing, economics, information systems, management), to discuss their latest work and get feedback from an engaged audience.
Another important aspect of this conference is to bring together academic scholars with industry professionals – which will help to make research insights more actionable.
Finally, doctoral students can participate in the Young Scholars Workshop, in which they can present research ideas and receive feedback from participants and invited speakers.
Get research insights on emerging topics in the music industry.
Interact with leading scholars and industry insiders to sharpen your own research ideas.
Build a network of scholars interested in studying the music industry – across disciplines.
Discussion led by Michel Clement (University of Hamburg)
Co-authors: Joel Waldfogel (University of Minnesota, USA), Axel Zeijen (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
Co-authors: Ola Haampland and Rune Johannessen (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway), Patrik Wikstrom (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
Co-authors: Christian Peukert (University of Lausanne-HEC, Switzerland) and Jörg Claussen (LMU Munich, Germany)
Co-authors: Asim Ansari (Columbia University, USA) and Yang Li (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, China)
Co-author: Hannes Datta (Tilburg University, The Netherlands)
Co-author: Dina Rasolofoarison (Université Paris Dauphine, France)
Co-authors: Andrea Ordanini (Boconni, Italy) and S. Cem Bahadir (UNC Greensboro, USA)
Co-authors: Nils Wlömert (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria), Michel Clement (University of Hamburg, Germany) and Martin Spann (LMU Munich, Germany)
Co-authors: Nils Wlömert (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) and Eitan Muller (Reichman University, Israel and NYU, USA)
Co-authors: Daniel Winkler (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria), Jura Liaukonyte (Cornell University, USA)
Next to welcoming submissions from scholars, a few top academic scholars doing research in the music industry have already accepted our invitation to come to Hamburg.
Associate Professor of Marketing and Communication, University Paris-Daphine PSL, France