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Challenge of Attention, Curse of Liquidity

  • Xavier Greffe
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Part of the Creativity, Heritage and the City book series (CHC, volume 1)

Abstract

Once artistic goods are recognized, it should be possible to realize their value. But it is said that the absence of adequate purchasing power makes it difficult acquire artistic goods. This has given rise to the debate on the importance of public grants and patronage. One of the biggest challenges today is the difficulty of monitoring how contents are used following the disappearance of containers and the dematerialization of goods. In this age of digitization, this challenge has become crucial and has led to the proliferation of new business models such as Freemium, Wikipedia, Google, Open Source, etc.

Keywords

Cloud Computing Video Game Business Model Internet User Price Strategy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xavier Greffe
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  1. 1.University Paris I Panthéon-SorbonneParisFrance

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