Read, watch, browse

Finding a good place to start getting inspired may be hard. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of resources that intersect with my own research interests, or that I simply finding interesting and inspiring.

  • A collection of reading lists on the topic of digitization, economics and marketing
  • Virtual seminar series on digital economics
  • Spotify research
    • Aguiar, L., & Waldfogel, J. (2018). As streaming reaches flood stage, does it stimulate or depress music sales?. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 57, 278-307. Paper
    • Aguiar, L., & Waldfogel, J. (2018). Platforms, promotion, and product discovery: Evidence from spotify playlists (No. w24713). National Bureau of Economic Research. Paper
    • Datta, H., Knox, G., & Bronnenberg, B. J. (2018). Changing their tune: How consumers’ adoption of online streaming affects music consumption and discovery. Marketing Science, 37(1), 5-21. Paper
    • Holtz, D., Carterette, B., Chandar, P., Nazari, Z., Cramer, H., & Aral, S. (2020). The Engagement-Diversity Connection: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Spotify. Available at SSRN. Paper
    • Knox, G., & Datta, H. (2020). Streaming Services and the Homogenization of Music Consumption. Paper
    • Sim, J., Cho, D., Hwang, Y., & Telang, R. (2020). Virus Shook the Streaming Star: Estimating the COVID-19 Impact on Music Consumption. Available at SSRN 3649085. Paper
    • Spotify’s own research page
  • Data sets I’ve collected/I am collecting
  • Other work