The Behavioral Economics of Music: A Framework for the Study of Music Listening, Evaluation, and Choice Behavior by Manuel Anglada-Tort

The study of music listening, evaluation, and choice behavior is an important part of increasing our understanding of modern-day human behavior. This collection brings together articles supporting the 'Behavioral Economics of Music', a framework for investigating human judgements and decision making in regards to music.

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Articles present in this collection have been published in many different venues. If you are interested in contributing to this collection, by either adding an already published article, or seeking to publicize new research, please send to the editors of the collection. 

The collection aims to include any article (empirical or theoretical) applying knowledge from behavioral economics and decision-making to the study of music-related phenomena.


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