Stéphanie Peltier

Stéphanie Peltier
La Rochelle Université · Department of Applied Languages

PhD in Economics

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A growing body of literature is devoted to testing the reality of the “long-tail” phenomenon. This literature is mostly, if not exclusively, focused on the impact of Internet on the distribution of sales by product. However, the long tail also raises the issue of a possible change in the usual market structure of cultural industries: an oligopoly w...
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From a comprehensive database of monthly sales of comic books and literature books in France over the period 2003 to 2007, we show that (i) bestsellers got smaller market shares online than offline, contrary to medium- and low-sellers; (ii) both online and offline sales shift from the head of the distribution to the tail with increasing magnitude o...
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The long walk towards a cognitive appropriation of the web. The case of comic books While an abundant literature has developed on the specificities of information on the Web, little work has addressed the relative importance of the acquisition of information on the Web as opposed to off the Web, and the role played by individuals’ experience with b...
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The article analyzes the two contrasted effects of copyright usually highlighted by the economic literature: incentives to create, but barriers to diffusion, in the case of the TV industry, which is a specific area, more industrialized than other cultural industries. A survey of 468 author’s earnings on 196 fictions broadcasted on the five main Fre...
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Cultural Diversity in the French Book Publishing Industry (2003-2007) Although there has been a marked increase in French publishing output throughout the 2000s, in terms both of annual print runs and titles released, how are we to assess whether this growth is also accompanied by increasingly diverse consumption? Based on Andrew Stirling’s three-p...
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Despite the lack of a clear definition of the concept, “cultural diversity” has remained a core issue for more than a decade (WTO, UNESCO, etc.). The aim of this paper is to begin to fill this gap. We argue that cultural diversity is a multi-dimensional concept and that accurate metrics must rely on three criteria: variety, balance and disparity. W...
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Copyright Economics. 3. Television The essay explores the retribution of television writers and film makers. It first examines royalty flows, which transit either directly from producers to writers or indirectly via collective fee gathering and management agencies. The essay goes on to assess the remuneration of writers, particularly as it proceeds...
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Over the last 2 decades, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have become the most preferred strategic tool of firms in the media industry. As still claimed by analysts and managers, M&A deals are expected to generate greater economic efficiency, especially through size effects (economies of scale and scope and other synergies). However, it seems that th...
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For many years, the promotion and preservation of cultural diversity has remained a core issue in international debates about free trade. In this article we propose a framework to assess cultural diversity that is used to compare this diversity in the movie industry between 1990 and 2000 in the European Union, United States, France, Hungary, Mexico...
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Mémoire de DEA : Economie de l'industrie et des services, de la culture et de la communication / Paris 1 ; session de novembre 1993.

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This project tackles the consumption of news in the current era of digital economy. Basically it aims among others to study the impact of digital economy on the consumption of news and the change in people's behaviours.