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How to finance investigative journalism best? Varied mixture suceeds!
The quality and quantity of economic reporting has changed significantly in recent years. This is the consensus of the panel of experts, which was broadcasted in the programme "Standpunkte TV [Standpoints TV]" on "Wirtschaftsberichterstattung im Norden [Economic Reporting in the North...
A global economic sector has emerged from the trade with likes, followers and commentaries. Prof. Dr. Patrick Vonderau is researching it.
Likes, followers, shares and comments can be bought. Quite legally and often with just a few clicks. " The trade with the digital good is also called...
Schulz, W. (2016): Recht ökonomisch - Über die Bedeutung der Wirtschaftswissenschaft für das Kommunikationsverfassungsrecht [Law from an Economic Perspective - On the Meaning of Economics for Constitutional Right to Communication]. In: J. Müller-Lietzkow, F. Sattelberger (eds.),...
How to finance investigative Journalism best? A Team of Prof. Dr. Michel Clement (Universität Hamburg / Hamburg Business School) and Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen analysed eight alternative financing models. The study, that was commissioned by the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, shows: a...
"Law&Economics", Module in EMBA Media Management at the Hamburg Media School, Winter Semester 2005/2006.
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