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Hollywood economics : how extreme uncertainty shapes the film industry

Author: Arthur De Vany
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.
Series: Contemporary political economy series.
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Movies expected to perform well can flop, whilst independent movies with low budgets can be wildly successful. In this text, De Vany casts his eye over all aspects of the business to present some  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur De Vany
ISBN: 0415312604 9780415312608 0415312612 9780415312615
OCLC Number: 52388135
Description: xvii, 308 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The market for motion pictures : rank, revenue and survival --
Bose-Einstein dynamics and adaptive contracting in the motion picture industry --
Quality evaluations and the breakdown of statistical herding in the dynamics of box-office revenue --
Uncertainty in the movie industry : can star power reduce the terror of the box office? --
Does Hollywood make too many R-rated movies? : risk, stochastic dominance and the illusion of expectation --
Big budgets, big openings and legs : analysis of the blockbuster strategy --
Motion picture antitrust : the Paramount cases revisited --
Was the antitrust action that broke up the movie studios good for the movies? : evidence from the stock market --
Stochastic market structure : concentration measures and motion picture antitrust --
Motion picture profit, the stable Paretian hypothesis and the curse of the superstar --
Contracting with stars when "nobody knows anything" --
How extreme uncertainty shapes the movie business --
Epilogue : can you manage a business when "nobody knows anything"?
Series Title: Contemporary political economy series.
Responsibility: Arthur De Vany.
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'If you want an applied exposition of the "wild" type of uncertainty, this is the book. I know of no better text to understand kurtosis, the contribution of the very small to the very large, and the Read more...

 
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