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Research traditions in media economics

In: A Research Agenda for Media Economics


  • Amy Jo Coffey


Administrative, policy and applied research approaches are common to the media economics tradition. Moving forward, future media economics research endeavors should not only continue to embrace these traditions but consider blending them and collaborating with industry to meet the research challenges of today and tomorrow. Big data, along with advanced analytical techniques, including data fusion, data mining and structural estimation, offer new possibilities.

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  • Amy Jo Coffey, 2019. "Research traditions in media economics," Chapters, in: Alan B. Albarran (ed.), A Research Agenda for Media Economics, chapter 3, pages 30-43, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:18326_3

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