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Intellectual Property Rights and Industry Evolution: The Case of the Recorded Music Industry

@inproceedings{Lampel2008IntellectualPR,
  title={Intellectual Property Rights and Industry Evolution: The Case of the Recorded Music Industry},
  author={Joseph Lampel and Ajay Bhalla and Pushkar P. Jha},
  year={2008}
}
Intellectual property rights are often the mainstay of industry structure in industries where the value of products is strongly dependent on technological innovation and the creation of new content. However, producing novel intellectual property and then ensuring adequate returns on investment is subject to uncertainties such as new technologies, change in property rights regimes, and illegal reproduction. These uncertainties often create threats that impact industry evolution. Faced with… 
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