This pioneering collection collates the most influential academic research in a burgeoning subject – the economics of music. Significant papers from mainstream economics journals sit alongside pertinent works from accountancy, sociology and management sources. Topics include live music, music production, labour markets and ownership and music competitions. Together with an original introduction by the editor, the wide-ranging nature of this volume's contents provides a valuable resource for students and economists involved in this fascinating field, as well as those seeking to enter it.
Contributors include: J.A. Amegashie, N. Bertaux, K.J. Borowiecki, S. Cameron, P. Georges, S. Gloor, K. James, S. Liebowitz, T. Mathews, F. Moreau.
Edited by Samuel Cameron, former Professor of Economics, University of Bradford, UK.