An economist explains what digital technology means for the future of popular culture

In his new book Digital Renaissance: What Data and Economics Tell Us about the Future of Popular Culture, economist Joel Waldfogel of the University of Minnesota argues that digital technologies haven’t killed creative industries, but they have created a renaissance of new cultural products that consumers like and that wouldn’t have made created otherwise.

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