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Effet long tail ou effet podium : une anlyse empirique des ventes de produits culturels en France

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  • Pierre-Jean Benghozi

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Le rapport qui suit s'appuie sur un travail de recherche original, effectuée par des élèves dans un cadre pédagogique, sur la base de données inédites, pour tester, identifier et caractériser la nature des effets « Long Tail » sur les marchés français de la musique et de la vidéo. La recherche s'est appuyée sur le traitement statistique des données complètes de vente de supports physiques de musique et vidéo enregistrés (CD et DVD), sur la période 2002-2005. L'analyse a principalement été orientée dans trois directions : 1.l'évolution chronologique annuelle de la structure de distribution des ventes 2.les oppositions canal Internet vs. canal traditionnel 3.La différenciation de la structure des ventes selon les périodes de creux ou de pics de ventes

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  • Pierre-Jean Benghozi, 2008. "Effet long tail ou effet podium : une anlyse empirique des ventes de produits culturels en France," Post-Print hal-00407205, HAL.
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