Increasing returns to information: further evidence from the UK film market
Chris Hand ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2001, vol. 8, issue 6, 419-421
A sample of 153 films from the UK top 15 chart is examined to test the hypothesis of increasing returns to information. The results are consistent with those presented by De Vany and Walls, suggesting that increasing returns to information is a general feature of the film market.
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