E-commerce and the market structure of the recorded music industry
Marc Bourreau (),
Romain Lestage and
Applied Economics Letters, 2017, vol. 24, issue 9, 598-601
In this article, we study the impact of the development of e-commerce on the concentration of the recorded music industry in France, for the period 2003–2010. First, we find that over the whole period, CD sales, measured at the distributor level, are less concentrated online than offline. Second, we find that sales concentration online has increased between the early period of e-commerce (2003–2006) and the later period (2007–2010).
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