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Rational Ignorance

  • November 18, 2010 • Ethics and Quality • by

    Ignorant Irrationality

    At first sight it appears that we, the media users, are the big beneficiaries of the Internet and media convergence. We continue to access much content for free, or at least at prices much cheaper than before. Upon a second glance,...

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  • August 12, 2010 • Media Economics • by

    Goodbye, Cockaigne!

    “Fair Trade” in the news business: What journalists and publishers might learn from behavioral economics. Rupert Murdoch’s London Times is the front-runner in attempting to introduce payments for its online content since early July....

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