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The economic geography of music is evolving as new digital technologies, organizational forms, market dynamics and consumer behavior continue to restructure the industry. This book is an international collection of case studies examining the spatial dynamics of today's music industry. Drawing on research from a diverse range of cities such as Santiago, Toronto, Paris, New York, Amsterdam, London, and Berlin, this volume helps readers understand how the production and consumption of music is changing at multiple scales - from global firms to local entrepreneurs; and, in multiple settings - from established clusters to burgeoning scenes. The volume is divided into interrelated sections and offers an engaging and immersive look at today's central players, processes, and spaces of music production and consumption. Academic students and researchers across the social sciences, including human geography, sociology, economics, and cultural studies, will find this volume helpful in answering questions about how and where music is financed, produced, marketed, distributed, curated and consumed in the digital age.
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Brian J. Hracs is a lecturer at the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton, UK. Michael Seman is a senior research associate at the University of North Texas Center for Economic Development and Research. Tarek E. Virani is a post-doctoral research associate at Queen Mary University of London.
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