24 & 25 octobre 2013 - Workshop « Digital Piracy in Cultural Industries : Understanding and Assessing Policy and Business Responses »

October, 24th - 25th 2013

Faculté des Sciences Économiques de Rennes
Salle des Actes
Organisé conjointement par le CREM, l’IDEC et Marsouin

Programme en téléchargement    

Thursday, October 24th 2013

Session 1 - 14h-16h

  • 14h00    
    “Profit Leak ? Pre-Release File Sharing and the Music Industry”
    Robert Hammond (North Carolina State University)
  • 15h00    
    “Making money by giving it for free : Radiohead’s pre-release strategy for In Rainbows"
    Marc Bourreau (Telecom ParisTech)
    Coauthors Pinar Dogan and Sounman Hong

16h-16h30 - Coffee break

Session 2 - 16h30-18h30

  • 16h30    
    “Piracy and Movie Revenues : Evidence from Megaupload : A Tale of the Long Tail ? ]”
    Jörg Claussen (Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics)
    Coauthors Christian Peukert and Tobias Kretschmer
  • 17h30    
    “Monitoring Digital Piracy : Public versus Private Enforcement”
    Eric Darmon and Thomas Le Texier (CREM, University of Rennes 1)

Friday, October 25th 2013


Session 3 - 9h00-11h00

  • 9h00    
    “Information asymmetry and contracts in the recorded music industry”
    François Moreau (University Paris Nord)
    Coauthors Marc Bourreau and Maya Bacache
  • 10h00    
    “Who benefit from online promotion ? Evidence from the recorded music industry“
    Sisley Maillard (Telecom Paris Tech)
    Coauthors Marc Bourreau and François Moreau

11h00-11h15 - Coffee break

Session 4 - 11h30-12h30

  • 11h15    
    “Observation Protocol and Impact Analysis of Hadopi”
    Loïc Baud, Pauline Blassel and Aurore Giovannini (Hadopi)
  • 11h30    
    “How Does a Graduated Response Policy Influence the Behavior of Digital Pirates ? Some evidence from the French Three-strike (Hadopi) Law”
    Michael Arnold (University of Delaware) and Thierry Pénard (CREM, University of Rennes 1)
    Coauthors Eric Darmon and Sylvain Dejean