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Journal of Media Economics
Volume 27(2), 2014
(Other issues)

 
CONTENTS
 
Adilov, Nodir, and Martin, Hugh J. Revisiting financial commitment in a European context, developing a consumer-gased system for classifying movies, and reflecting on 25 years of the Journal of Media Economics. 57-59
 
  This issue offers two articles with innovative approaches to re-examining questions about the economics of nespapers and movies 
 
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film
economics
newspaper
news
history
 
 
Russi, Loris, Siegert, Gabriele, Gerth, Matthias A., and Krebs, Isabelle The relationship of competition and financial commitment revisited: A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis in European newspaper markets. 60-78
 
  Research generally supported a positive effect of competition intensity on financial commitment into news production within U.S. markets 
 
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news
newspapers
Europe
economics
 
 
Shon, Ji-Hyun, Kim, Young-Gul, and Yim, Sang-Jin Classifying movies based on audience perception: MTI framework and box office performance. 79-106
 
  This research examined the current status of the movie genre usage in movie research and film industry and introduced a new method to classify movies 
 
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film
economics
popular culture
 
 
Picard, Robert G. Reflections on a quarter century of JME publication. 107-108
 
  The Journal of Media Economics was an impetuous and mad idea, born out of frustration and desires to promote more research on economic issues affecting media 
 
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economics
history
 
 
Albarran, Alan B. Journal of Media Economics 25th anniversary essay. 109-112
 
  I'm grateful to the Editors Nodir Adilov and Hugh J Martin for the invitation to former Editors to pen a few thoughts on the Journal of Media Economics (JME) on its 25th year of publication 
 
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studies of the field
 
 
Compaine, Ben Media Economics in four observations. 113-115
 
  Four observations come to mind when thinking back over the 25 years since the founding of the Journal of Media Economics (JME) and my involvement with this Journal 
 
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