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    No one else could have written a book with this range Rockonomics draws on economic theory standard government surveys proprietary administrative data a uniue survey fielded by the author and interviews with a range of people in the music industry It covers just about every aspect of the music industry The book focuses on the eco

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    Rockonomics Alan B Krueger 2019 325pp ISBN 9781524763718A light introduction to the money aspect of the music business See alsoKurt Dahl entertainment lawyer and musician advice at You Need to Know About the Music Business Donald S Passman 9th edition 2015 ISBN 1501104896The Economics of Music Peter Tschmuck 2017 ISBN 1911116088EXTREME INEUALITYThere are millions of very able musicians who can't earn a living at it And a minusc

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    Princeton economics professor Alan Krueger examines the music industry hoping to demonstrate the study of economics through the prism of popular music and hoping to draw parallels to the economy at large The result is of a book about the music business than about economics but I wager that most readers are interested in the business than in economics so consider that a successI may be an exception to the rule

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    I loved loved loved Rockonomics it makes my heart break that Alan Krueger will not live to see the success this book is guaranteed to have with the general publicYes it’s an exaggeration to say you will learn economics from this But if you’re a loser like me who knows the economics and wants to find out about the musi

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    Let's get one thing out of the way This is neither the sort of exhaustive coverage of recorded and performance popular music that David Byrne gave us in How Music Works nor is it the popularization of macroeconomic theory and pop culture provided in light hearted studies such as Dubner Levitt's Freakonomics Nevertheless it's a fun and fact

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    Alan Kruger passed away earlier this year He was a prolific and widely cited Princeton economist I was most familiar with hi

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    “Rockonomics” is a somewhat frustrating read a potentially excellent idea that isn’t executed as adeptly

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    If you are a music geekfan or if you want to know about music industry this a book for you If you aren'tthink twice

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    Alan Krugers last book is indeed a doozy it answers pretty much every uestion one might have about the Economics of the mus

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    A fabulous must read book that teaches you tons about business economics musicWhat’s compelling The nitty gritty details of how the business of music really works What makes money the scams scoundrels scalawags success levers involved Stunning revelations about consumption payouts in the music industry even the fees of 'unused health clu

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E struggling to adaptDrawing on interviews with leading band members music executives managers promoters and using the latest data on revenues royalties streaming tour dates and merchandise sales Rockonomics takes readers backstage to show how the music industry really works who makes money and how much and how the economics of the music industry has undergone a radical transformation during recent decadesBefore digitalization and the ability to stream music over the Internet rock stars made much of their income from record sales Today income from selling songs has plummeted even for super. Let s get one thing out of the way This is neither the sort of exhaustive coverage of recorded and performance popular music that David Byrne gave us in How Music Works nor is it the popularization of macroeconomic theory and pop culture provided in light hearted studies such as Dubner Levitt s Freakonomics Nevertheless it s a fun and fact filled study of how modern music shifted from physical artifacts to streaming and what that means to the business behind the star making machinery I gave it a full four stars because Krueger Obama s former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors has taken careful note of the economics of live performance and of streaming services and has given us the only popular music economic study that covers the world beyond 2015 What Krueger tells us about popular music gives us plenty of clues as to how vertical economies in various market sectors operate as well as nationa

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Alan Krueger a former chairman of the president's Council of Economic Advisers uses the music industry from superstar artists to music executives from managers to promoters as a way in to explain key principles of economics and the forces shaping our economic livesThe music industry is a leading indicator of today's economy; it is among the first to be disrupted by the latest wave of technology and examining the ins and outs of how musicians create and sell new songs and plan concert tours offers valuable lessons for what is in store for businesses and employees in other industries that ar. Rockonomics Alan B Krueger 2019 325pp ISBN 9781524763718A light introduction to the money aspect of the music business See alsoKurt Dahl entertainment lawyer and musician advice at You Need to Know About the Music Business Donald S Passman 9th edition 2015 ISBN 1501104896The Economics of Music Peter Tschmuck 2017 ISBN 1911116088EXTREME INEUALITYThere are millions of very able musicians who can t earn a living at it And a minuscule number very highly paid The economy as a whole increasingly resembles thisThe top 1% of performers take 60% of all concert revenue p 14view spoiler Counting only concerts big enough to be on the radar of industry bigwigs Surely an infinitesimal fraction if it were to include all the live music tonite gigs at the average bar the band playing for drinks and tips hide spoiler

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Stars like James Taylor and Taylor Swift The real money nowadays is derived from concert sales In 2017 for example Billy Joel earned 274 million from his live performances and less than 2 million from record sales and streaming Even Paul McCartney who has written and recorded number one songs than anyone in music history today earns 80 percent of his income from live concerts Krueger tackles commonly asked uestions How does a song become popular And how does a new artist break out in today's winner take all economy How can musicians and everyday workers earn a living in the digital economy. If you are a music geekfan or if you want to know about music industry this a book for you If you aren tthink twice