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Baker, Catherine (2013) Book review: Studying popular music culture. LSE Review of Books (22 Aug 2013) Blog.
Bakker, Gerben (2012) Adopting the rights-based model: music multinationals and local music industries since 1945. Economic History Working Papers, 170/12. Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Bakker, Gerben (2000) Book review: an international history of the recording industry. Business History, 42 (4). pp. 222-223. ISSN 0007-6791
Bakker, Gerben (2005) Book review: playback: from the victrola to MP3: 100 years of music, machines and money. Business History, 47 (2). p. 324. ISSN 0007-6791
Bakker, Gerben (2004) Book review: quarter notes and bank notes: the economics of music composition in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The Economic History Review, 57 (4). pp. 796-797. ISSN 0013-0117
Bakker, Gerben (2006) The making of a music multinational: Polygram's international businesses, 1945-1998. Business History Review, 80 (1). pp. 81-123. ISSN 0007-6805
Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: Music festivals and regional development in Australia. LSE Review of Books (25 Mar 2013) Blog Entry.
Blanes, Ruy Llera (2004) “E nome da interdenominacionalidade: ligações transnacionais e “novas” práticas musicais entre os ciganos evangélicos portugueses". In: Machado, José, Pais de Brito, Joaquim and Vieira de Carvalho, Mário, (eds.) Sonoridades Luso-Afro-Brasileiras. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Porto, Portugal. ISBN 9789726711304
Borowiecki, Karol Jan and Kavetsos, Georgios (2015) In fatal pursuit of immortal fame: peer competition and early mortality of music composers. Social Science and Medicine, 134 . pp. 30-42. ISSN 0277-9536
Broughton Micova, Sally (2016) Why the UK’s creative industries are better off in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.
Brown, Chris (2010) Bob Dylan, Live Aid, and the politics of popular communitarianism. In: Brown, Chris, (ed.) Practical Judgement in International Political Theory: Selected Essays. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415564618
Cammaerts, Bart (2010) From vinyl to one/zero and back to scratch: independent Belgian micro labels in search of an ever more elusive fan base. Media@LSE Electronic Working Paper Series, 20. Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
David-Guillou, Angèle (2009) Early musicians' unions in Britain, France, and the United States: on the possibilities and impossibilities of transnational militant transfers in an international industry. Labour History Review, 74 (3). pp. 288-304. ISSN 1745-8188
Feigenbaum, Anna (2005) Some guy designed this room I’m standing in: marking gender in press coverage of Ani DiFranco. Popular Music, 24 (1). pp. 37-56. ISSN 0261-1430
Georgiou, Myria (2008) “In the end, Germany will always resort to hot pants”: watching Europe singing, constructing the stereotype. Popular Communication, 6 (3). 141 -154. ISSN 1540-5702
Hayhoe, Simon (2009) Blind Boys of Alabama. In: Burch, Susan, (ed.) Encyclopedia of American Disability History. Facts on File Library of American History. Infobase Publishing, New York, USA. ISBN 9780816070305
James, Deborah (1990) Musical form and social history: research perspectives on black South African music. Radical History Review (46/47). pp. 309-319. ISSN 0163-6545
Knott, Ellie (2016) Ukraine’s Eurovision victory brings the plight of Crimean Tatars to a European audience. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 May 2016) Blog Entry.
Kretschmer, Tobias and Peukert, Christian (2014) Video killed the radio star? Online music videos and digital music sales. CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1265. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Maghazei, Malihe (2014) Trends in contemporary conscious music in Iran. LSE Middle East Centre paper series, 03. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Mbaye, Jenny F. (2010) Musical entrepreneurs in West Africa? In: Relating research to reality: interdisciplinary ideas for a changing world. LSE PhD student poster exhibition, 26 May 2010, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. (Unpublished)
McNeill, Fraser G. (2008) ‘We sing about what we cannot talk about’: music as anthropological evidence in Venda, South Africa. In: Chau, Liana, High, Casey and Lau, Timm, (eds.) How Do We Know? Evidence, Ethnography, and the Making of Anthropological Knowledge. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, pp. 36-58. ISBN 9781847185815
McNeill, Fraser G. and James, Deborah (2008) Singing songs of AIDS in Venda, South Africa: performance, pollution and ethnomusicology in a ‘neo-liberal’ setting. South African Music Studies, 28 . pp. 1-30. ISSN 0258-509X
Mcdonagh, Luke T. (2012) Rearranging the roles of the performer and the composer in the music industry – the potential significance of Fisher v Brooker. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 1 . pp. 64-76. ISSN 1364-906X
Pratt, Andy C. (2008) The music industry and it's potential role in local economic development: the case of Senegal. In: Barrowclough, D and Kozul-Wright, Z, (eds.) Creative Industries and Developing Countries: Voice, Choice and Economic Growth. Routledge studies in contemporary political economy. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 130-145. ISBN 9780203086704
Roy, Tirthankar (1998) Music as artisan tradition. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 32 (1). pp. 21-42. ISSN 0069-9667
Roy, Tirthankar (1994) A concept of Indian music. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research . ISSN 0970-7794