C83: Survey Methods • Sampling Methods

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C83: Survey Methods • Sampling Methods 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 (6):

Chen and Yen (2011)Chen, M. F. and Yen, Y. H. 2011. Costs and Utilities Perspective of Consumers' Intentions to Engage in Online Music Sharing: Consumers' Knowledge Matters. Ethics & Behavior, 21(4), 283-300.
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.
Eger, Scheufen and Meierrieks (2015)Eger, T., Scheuen, M., and Meierreks, D. (2015) The determinants of open access publishing: survey evidence from Germany. Eur J Law Econ, 39, p475-503
Fetscherin and Lattemann (2007)Fetscherin, M., & Lattemann, C. (2007, November). Motives and Willingness to Pay For Digital Music. In Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-Channel Distribution, 2007. AXMEDIS'07. Third International Conference on (pp. 189-196). IEEE..
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.
Yoon (2011)Yoon, C. 2011. Theory of Planned Behavior and Ethics Theory in Digital Piracy: An Integrated Model. Journal of Business Ethics, 100, 405-417.