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Papers


Jehoshua Eliashberg, Charles Weinberg, and Sam Hui (2008), “Decision Models for the Movie Industry,” Handbook of Marketing Decision Models (Eds: Berend Wierenga), Springer, 437-468.

Sam Hui, Jehoshua Eliashberg, and Edward George (2008), “Modeling DVD Pre-Order and Sales: An Optimal Stopping Approach,” Marketing Science, 27(6), 1097-1110.

Gino Cattani and Simone Ferriani (2008), "A Core/Periphery Perspective on Individual Creative Performace: Social Networks and Cinematic Achievements in the Hollywood Film Industry," Organization Science, 19(6), 824-844.

G. Cattani, S. Ferriani, G. Negro, and F. Perretti (2008), "The Structure of Consensus: Network Ties, Legitimation, and Exit Rates of U.S. Feature Film Producer Organizations," Administrative Science Quarterly, 53(1), 145-182.

Gino Cattani, Simone Ferriani, and Charles Baden-Fuller (2007), “Fitness Determinants in Creative Industries: A Longitudinal Study on the Filmmaking Industry: 1992-2003,” Innovation, Industrial Dynamics and Structural Transformation: Schumperian Legacies (Eds: F. Malerba and U.Canner), Springer.

Jehoshua Eliashberg, Sam Hui, and John Zhang (2007), “From Story Line to Box Office: A New Approach for Green-Lighting Movie Scripts,” Management Science, 53(6), 865-880.

Joseph Lampel, Jamal Shamsie, and Theresa K. Lant, (2006) "Untangling the Complexities of Cultural Industries: Directions for Future Research," The Business of Culture, Joseph Lampel, Jamal Shamsie, and Theresa K. Lant, eds. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Theresa K. Lant and Patricia F. Hewlin, (2006) "Silicon Alley.com: Struggling for Legitimacy in New Media," The Business of Culture, Joseph Lampel, Jamal Shamsie, and Theresa K. Lant, eds. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Vishal Narayan and Sha Yang, (2005) "A Dyadic Model of Trust Between Consumers and Movie Reviewers," working paper.

Sha Yang, Vishal Narayan and Henry Assael, (2005) "Estimating the Interdependence of Television Program Viewership Between Spouses: A Bayesian Simultaneous Equation Model," Marketing Science (forthcoming).

C. Samuel Craig, William H. Greene and Susan P. Douglas, (2005) "Culture Matters: Consumer Acceptance of US Films in Foreign Markets" Journal of International Marketing, 12 (4), 80-103.

Joe Lampel and Jamal Shamsie, "Capabilities in Motion: New Organizational Forms and the Reshaping of the Hollywood Movie Industry," Journal of Management Science, 40, 2189-2210.

S. Mezias and Elizabeth Boyle, (2005) "Blind Trust: Market Control, State Policy, And The Dynamics of Competitive Intensity In The Early American Film Industry, 1893-1920," Administrative Science Quarterly, 50, 1-34.

C. S. Craig, S.P. Douglas and T. B. Flaherty, (2003) "The Internet and International Consumer Markets," Journal of Internet Commerce, 2, 107-123.

Stephen Mezias and Elizabeth Boyle, (2003) "Strategic Success and Legitimacy: The American Film Industry, 1896-1928" Presented at the Academy of Management Meetings, Seattle.

Jeffrey S. Simonoff and L. Ma, (2003) "An Empirical Study of Factors Relating to the Success of Broadway Shows," Journal of Business.

Jamel Shamsie, Danny Miller, and William Greene, (2002) " Contextual Drivers of Resources Durability: Explaining the Differences in the Longevity of Top Hollywood Stars," working paper.

Johanna S. Ilfeld and Russell S. Winer, (2002) "Generating Web Site Traffic: An Empirical Analysis of Web Site Visitation Behavior," Journal of Advertising Research, 42 (September/October), 49-61.

David Yermack and Matthew Clayton, (2001) "Major League Baseball Contracts: An Empirical Investigation of the Properties of Real Option," Stern School of Business, working paper.

Stephen J. Mezias and Jerome Kuperman, (2001) "Entrepreneurship and the evolution of strategic communities: The emergence of the American Film Industry, 1895-1930." Journal of Business Venturing. 16, 209-233.

J. Mezias and S. Mezias, (2000) "Resource Partioning and the Founding of Specialist firms: The American Feature Film Industry, 1912-1929." Organization Science 11, 306-322.

Theresa Lant and Patricia Hewlin, (2000) "Capabilities in Emerging Fields: Forging Identity and Legitimacy in Silicon Alley," February, Organization Science Winter Conference, Keystone, CO.

Jeffrey S. Simonoff and I. R. Sparrow, (2000) "Predicting Movie Grosses: Winners and Losers, Blockbusters and Sleepers," Chance.

Theresa Lant and Ragu Garad, (1998) "Navigating Silicon Alley: Kaleidescopic Experiences," Academy of Management Meetings, San Diego, CA.

Books


Joseph Lampel, Jamal Shamsie, and Theresa K. Lant, eds. The Business of Culture. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006.

Al Lieberman and P. Eastgate, The Entertainment Marketing Revolution, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2002.

S.J. Mezias and E. Boyle, Organizational Dynamics of Creative Destruction. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

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