Much recent economic work on the music industry has been focused on the impact of technology on demand, with predictions being made of digital copyright infringement leading to the demise of the industry. In fact, there have always been profound cyclical swings in music media sales owing to the fact that music always has been, and continues to be, a discretionary purchase. This entertaining and accessible book offers an analysis of the production and consumption of music from a social economics approach. Locating music within the economic analysis of social behaviour, this books guides the reader through issues relating to production, supply, consumption and trends, wider considerations such as the international trade in music, and in particular through divisions of age, race and gender. Providing an engaging overview of this fascinating topic, this book will be of interest and relevance to students and scholars of cultural economics, management, musicology, cultural studies and those with an interest in the music industry more generally.... 191 guitar effects pedals 196a7 guitars 146, 195 hair 109 Halcousis, D. 119 Hall, Marnie 155 Hammond organs 9 Hand, C. 130 Hands, ... success 20a6 Holbrook, M. 101a2 homophobic material 167 household production model 105 hubristic thinking 58 Hughes, T. 196 ... 188 Indian Summer career rehabilitation 117, 136a41, 140, 165 Indipop 177 individual consumer choice 103a10, 107 informationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Music in the Marketplace|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-03-24|