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Daniel Nordgård

Associate Professor

 
Office:
K2014 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

Daniel Nordgård i associated professor in music, digitalisation and music business and teaches music business at the master's program for Music Management and conducts research on international music industries and changes in relations to the digitization process. In 2013, Nordgård lead the government-appointed Nordgård-committee which looked at streaming and he also wrote a comprehensive report on the Norwegian streaming market. He has previously been very active on the music-scene in Kristiansand and Norway, and has experience from working with the Quart festival and later as the festival manager for the same festival, as well as various projects and initiatives around the live-sector and festival industry. Beyond Nordgård's academic work, he also sits in a number of boards, nationally and internationally.    

Selected publications

Nordgård, D (2018) The Music Business and Digital Impacts: Innovations and Disruptions in the Music   Industries, Cham, Switzerland, Springer Nature

Nordgård, D (2017) Determining Factors on Digital Change in the Music Industries: A qualitative Analysis of      the Kristiansand Roundtable Conferences, UiA. Can be retrieved here:    https://brage.bibsys.no/xmlui/handle/11250/2442628

Nordgård, D (2017) Assessing Music Streaming and Industry Disruptions, in Meil, P.    and Kirov, V. (Eds.)        (2017). Policy Implications of Virtual Work. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Nordgård, D. (2016) Lessons From the Worlds Most Advanced Market for Music Streaming Services, in Business        Innovation and Disruptions in the Music Industries, Massachusetts, Edward Elgar Publishing

Nordgård, D. (2016) Norwegian Festivals and a Music Economy in Transition: The art of balancing ambitions,             expectations and limitations, in Focus on World Festivals Goodfellow Publisher, Oxford, UK

Nordgård, D. (2014) Rapport fra Musikernes fellesorganisasjons utvalg på strømming. Musikernes

fellesorganisasjon; http://www.musikerorg.no/text.cfm/0_1915/rapport-fra-mfos-strxmmeutvalg

Nordgård, D. (2013) Norske festivaler og en musikkbransje i omveltning: Kunsten å balansere ønsker,            forventninger og behov in Festival! Mellom rølp, kultur og næring, Tjora, A (ed) Cappelen Damm.

Nordgård, D. (2013) Rapport fra Nordgård-utvalget. The Norwegian Ministry of Culture;                 http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/kud/documents/reports-and-plans/reports/2013/rapport-fra         nordgard-utvalget.html?id=734716

Scientific publications

  • Nordgård, Daniel; Morrow, Guy; Tschmuck, Peter (2022). Introduction. Rethinking the Music Business: Music Contexts, Rights, Data, and COVID-19. ISBN: 978-3-031-09531-3. Springer Nature. Chapter 1 Introduction. s 1 - 8.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2022). Nesten alene: Artisten, økonomien og bransjen. Musikerne, bransjen og samfunnet. ISBN: 9788202716264. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. Kapittel.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2022). Nesten alene: Artisten, økonomien og bransjen. Musikerne, bransjen og samfunnet. ISBN: 9788202716264. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. Kapitel 8. s 199 - 221.
  • Aas, Tor Helge; Hjemdahl, Kirsti Mathiesen; Nordgård, Daniel; Wästlund, Erik (2021). Outbound Open Innovation in Tourism: Lessons from an Innovation Project in Norway. Managing Open Service Innovation. ISBN: 978-981-123-448-4. World Scientific. Kapittel 8. s 167 - 185.
  • Högberg, Johan; Wästlund, Erik; Aas, Tor Helge; Hjemdahl, Kirsti Mathiesen; Nordgård, Daniel (2020). Herding the Hordes: Using Location-Based Services and Mobile Messaging to Affect Visitor Behavior. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research. ISSN: 1096-3480. 44 (5). s 870 - 878. doi:10.1177/1096348020912449.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2016). Lessons from the world’s most advanced market for music streaming services. Business Innovation and Disruption in the Music Industry. ISBN: 978-1-78347-814-9. Edward Elgar Publishing. 9. s 175 - 190.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2016). Norwegian Festivals and a Music Economy in Transition: the art of balancing ambitions, expectations and limitations. Focus on World Festivals: Contemporary case studies and perspectives. ISBN: 978-1-910158-56-2. Goodfellow Publishers. 3.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2013). Norske Festivaler og en Musikkbransje i omveltning: Kunsten å balansere ønsker, forventninger og behov. Festival! Mellom rølp, kultur og næring. ISBN: 978-82-02-42221-9. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. 3. s 54 - 69.
  • Nordgård, Daniel; Morrow, Guy; Tschmuck, Peter (2022). Rethinking the Music Business: Music Contexts, Rights, Data, and COVID-19. ISBN: 978-3-031-09531-3. Springer Nature. s 260.
  • Nordgård, Daniel; Morrow, Guy (2022). The Music Modernization Act: Mechanical Copyright in the Age of Music Streaming. ISBN: 978-3-031-09531-3. Springer Nature. s 17.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2022). The presence and Absence of Policy in the Digital Music Industries.. ISBN: 9781501345340. Bloomsbury Academic. s 16.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2018). The Music Business and Digital Impact: Innovations and Disruptions in the Music Industries. ISBN: 978-3-319-91886-0. Springer Nature. s 129.
  • Nordgård, Daniel (2017). Assessing Music Streaming and Industry Disruptions. ISBN: 978-3-319-52056-8. Palgrave Macmillan. s 26.
  • Mæhle, Natalia; Demattos Guimaraes, Alice; Munim, Ziaul Haque; Rykkja, Anders; Bonet, Lluis; Nordgård, Daniel; Lazzaro, Elisabetta (2022). Roundtable: Crowdfunding in the Culture Sector.
  • Lazzaro, Elisabetta; Munim, Ziaul Haque; Nordgård, Daniel (2022). Disentangling crowdfunding features of less tangible visual art: A web-scraping and machine-learning application.
  • Lazzaro, Elisabetta; Nordgård, Daniel (2022). Crowdfunding patterns by living visual artists.
  • Nordgård, Daniel; Platou, Jeanette (2022). Etter by:Larm: Hva er status for norsk musikkbransje?.
  • Nordgård, Daniel; Aune, Oddvin (2022). Prisen for popen.
  • Morrow, Guy; Nordgård, Daniel; Tschmuck, Peter (2022). Book presentation, Rethinking the Music Business: Music Contexts, Rights, Data, and COVID-19.

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