Faddists, enthusiasts and Canadian divas: broadcasting quotas and the supply response
This paper constructs a model of the recorded music market to investigate the consequences of local content requirements in broadcasting for the "internationalization" of domestic music. It models the entry decisions of bands, the contracting decisions of record companies, the airplay decisions of radio stations and the radio listening and recording purchasing decisions of consumers. The paper shows that a local content quota leads, perversely, to the increased internationalization of domestic...[Show more]
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|Source:||Review of International Economics|
|Richardson and Wilkie Faddists Enthusiasts and Canadia Divas 2015.pdf||1.13 MB||Adobe PDF|
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