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Behind The Music Profiting from Sound: A Systems Approach to the Dynamics of the Nordic Music Industry

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This report summarizes the Nordic research project behind the music - Profiting from Sound: A Systems Approach to the Dynamics of Nordic Music Industry. The project was funded by The Nordic Industrial Fund (Center for Innovation and Commercial Development) which is an institution under the Nordic Council of Ministers. This report has been written and compiled from materials and inputs provided by the researchers involved in the project and by the industry reference group.

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  • Dominc Power & (ed.), "undated". "Behind The Music Profiting from Sound: A Systems Approach to the Dynamics of the Nordic Music Industry," STEP Report series 200304, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
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    1. Stuart Cunningham, 2011. "Paul Stoneman: Soft innovation: economics, product aesthetics and creative industries," Journal of Cultural Economics, Springer;The Association for Cultural Economics International, vol. 35(3), pages 241-245, August.
    2. Lars Frederiksen & Silvia Rita Sedita, 2005. "Embodied Knowledge Transfer Comparing inter-firm labor mobility in the music industry and manufacturing industries," DRUID Working Papers 05-14, DRUID, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy/Aalborg University, Department of Business Studies.

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