Economics of Creative Goods


Creative industries (especially the arts, entertainment) often distinguished by peculiarities of product (for example, non-durable), by special nature of financing and contracting (for example, option contracts), and by challenges they present to conventional analysis of pricing and consumption. Research report required. Taught only in the Duke-in-Venice Program. Pre-requisites: ECON201D or instructor's consent. One course.

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