L8: Industry Studies: Services

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L8: Industry Studies: Services is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.

The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (41):

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Andrés (2006a)Andrés, A. R. (2006). The relationship between copyright software protection and piracy: Evidence from Europe. European Journal of Law and Economics, 21(1), 29-51.
Bounie, Bourreau and Waelbroeck (2007)Bounie, D., Bourreau, M., & Waelbroeck, P. 2007. Pirates or explorers? Analysis of music consumption in French graduate schools. Brussels Economic Review, 50(2), 167-192.
Cameron (1988)Cameron, S. (1988). The impact of video recorders on cinema attendance. Journal of Cultural Economics, 12(1), 73-80.
Cheliotis (2007)Cheliotis, G. (2007). Remix culture: an empirical analysis of creative reuse and the licensing of digital media in online communities.
Chen, Shang and Lin (2008)Chen, Y. C., Shang, R. A., & Lin, A. K. (2008). The intention to download music files in a P2P environment: Consumption value, fashion, and ethical decision perspectives. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 7(4), 411-422.
Chiu, Hsieh and Wang (2008)Chiu, H. C., Hsieh, Y. C. and Wang, M. C. 2008. How to Encourage Customers to use Legal Software. Journal of Business Ethics, 80, 583-595.
Danaher and Waldfogel (2012)Danaher, B., & Waldfogel, J. (2012). Reel Piracy: The Effect of Online Film Piracy on International Box Office Sales. Available at SSRN 1986299.
DiCola (2013)DiCola, P. (2013). Money from Music: Survey Evidence on Musicians' Revenue and Lessons About Copyright Incentives. Ariz. L. Rev., 55, 301.
Durham, Hirshleifer, Smith (1998)Durham, Yvonne, Jack Hirshleifer, and Vernon L. Smith. Do the rich get richer and the poor poorer? Experimental tests of a model of power. The American Economic Review 88.4 (1998): 970-983.
Erickson, Heald, Homberg, Kretschmer and Mendis (2015)Erickson, K., Heald, P. J., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2015). Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper.
Erickson, Kretschmer and Mendis (2013)Erickson, K., Kretschmer, M., & Mendis, D. (2013). Copyright and the Economic Effects of Parody: An Empirical Study of Music Videos on the YouTube Platform and an Assessment of the Regulatory Options. Intellectual Property Office Research Paper, (2013/24).
Haigh (2009)Haigh, M. (2009). Of ducks and downloads: The moral economy of intellectual property in post-Soviet society. Libri, 59(4), 248-258.
Heald (2014c)Heald, P. J. (2014). How Notice-and-Takedown Regimes Create Markets for Music on Youtube: An Empirical Study. UMKC L. Rev., 83, 313.
Higgins and Makin (2004)Higgins, G. E. and Makin, D. A. 2004. Self-Control, Deviant Peers, and Software Piracy Psychological Reports, 95, 921-931.
Hong (2007)Hong, S. H. (2007). The recent growth of the internet and changes in household-level demand for entertainment. Information Economics and Policy, 19(3), 304-318.
Hui and Png (2002)Hui, K.-L., and I.P .L. Png. 2002. “On the Supply of Creative Work: Evidence from the Movies”. The American Economic Review 92(2);217-220
Johnson, Gibson, and Dimita (2012)P. Johnson, J. Gibson, G. Dimita, What Are Words Worth Now: A survey of Authors’ Earnings, London: ALCS (2014).
Kim (2007)Kim, M. (2007). The Creative Commons and Copyright Protection in the Digital Era: Uses of Creative Commons Licenses. Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication, 13(1), 187-209.
Krogh and Hippel (2006)Von Krogh, G., & Von Hippel, E. (2006). The promise of research on open source software. Management science, 52(7), 975-983.
Liebowitz (2004)Liebowitz, S. (2004). Will MP3 downloads annihilate the record industry? The evidence so far. Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, 15, 229-260.
Liebowitz (2006b)Liebowitz, S. J. (2006). File Sharing: Creative Destruction or Just Plain Destruction?*. Journal of Law and Economics, 49(1), 1-28.
Liebowitz and Watt (2006)Liebowitz, S. J., & Watt, R. (2006). How to best ensure remuneration for creators in the market for music? Copyright and its alternatives. Journal of Economic Surveys, 20(4), 513-545.
Mandel and Suessmuth (2012)Mandel, P. and Suessmuth, B. 2012. Determinants of Digital Piracy: A Re-Examination of Results. Jahrbucher Fur Nationalokonomie Und Statistik, 232, 394-413.
Marvasti (2000)Marvasti, A. (2000). Motion pictures industry: Economies of scale and trade. International Journal of the Economics of Business, 7(1), 99-114.
Michel (2006)Michel, N. J. (2006). The impact of digital file sharing on the music industry: An empirical analysis. Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy, 6(1).
Moores (2003)Moores, T. T. (2003). The effect of national culture and economic wealth on global software piracy rates. Communications of the ACM, 46(9), 207-215.
Morris and Higgins (2009)Morris, R. G. and Higgins, G. E. 2009. Neutralizing Potential and Self-Reported Digital Piracy: A Multitheoretical Exploration Among College Undergraduates. Criminal Justice Review, 34, 173-195.
Mortimer (2007)Mortimer, J. H. (2005). Price discrimination, copyright law, and technological innovation: Evidence from the introduction of DVDs (No. w11676). National Bureau of Economic Research.
Palfrey, Gasser, Simun and Barnes (2009)Palfrey, J., Gasser, U., Simun, M., & Barnes, R. F. (2009). Youth, creativity, and copyright in the digital age.
Peitz and Waelbroeck (2006a)Peitz, M., & Waelbroeck, P. (2006). Why the music industry may gain from free downloading—the role of sampling. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 24(5), 907-913.
Perritt (2011)Perritt Jr, H. H. (2011). New business models for music. Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 63.
Plowman and Goode (2009)Plowman, S., & Goode, S. (2009). Factors affecting the intention to download music: Quality perceptions and downloading intensity. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 49(4), 84-97.
Png and Wang (2006)Png, I. P., & Wang, Q. H. (2009). Copyright Duration and the Supply of Creative Work: Evidence from the Movies. Manuscript, National University of Singapore.
Rappaport (1998)Rappaport, E. B. (1998, May). Copyright term extension: Estimating the economic values. Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress.
Shankar and Bayus (2002)Shankar, V., & Bayus, B. L. (2003). Network effects and competition: An empirical analysis of the home video game industry. Strategic Management Journal, 24(4), 375-384.
Smith and Telang (2010)Smith, M. D., & Telang, R. (2010). Piracy or promotion? The impact of broadband Internet penetration on DVD sales. Information Economics and Policy, 22(4), 289-298.
Somaya and Grahan (2006)Somaya, D., & Graham, S. J. (2006). Vermeers and Rembrandts in the same attic: Complementarity between copyright and trademark leveraging strategies in software. Georgia Institute of Technology TIGER Working Paper.
Throsby and Zednik (2010)Throsby, David, and Anita Zednik. Do you really expect to get paid?: an economic study of professional artists in Australia. (2010).
Widdows and McHugh (1984)Widdows, R., & McHugh, R. J. (1984). Taxing purchases of home tape recorders and supplies to compensate for copyright infringements: An econometric analysis of the role of economic and demographic factors. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 18(2), 317-325.
Wingrove, Korpas and Weisz (2011)Wingrove, T., Korpas, A. L. and Weisz, V. 2011. Why Were Millions of People Not Obeying the Law? Motivational Influences on Non-Compliance with the Law in the Case of Music Piracy. Psychology Crime and Law, 17, 261-276.
Xia, Duan, Huang and Whinston (2006)Xia, M., Duan, W., Huang, Y., & Whinston, A. B. (2006). Unravel the drivers of online sharing communities: An empirical investigation. Working Paper No. IROM-09-06. Available at SSRN 935004.