Monthly Archives: July 2014

Economics and Jazz

The economics of music is something that fascinates me- partly because of all of the stories of when musicians could earn a full time wage just from performing, something that is infrequent these days, and partly because it’s interesting to see how much musicians were ‘worth’ at any given time. I wrote about this a […]


Well, the time has come- I have discovered the first errata in my thesis. I guess I should be glad that I found it rather than someone else, but still, in the immortal word of Homer Simpson: D’oh! I discovered this in the course of my latest piece of research, which was tangentially related to […]