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2016 | 2/2016 (22), cz.2 | 185-193
Article title

Modelowanie panelowe cyklu życia filmu kinowego w Polsce

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Title variants
EN
Pooled Modelling of the Product Life Cycle of Feature Films in Poland
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PL EN
Abstracts
PL
Celem autorów artykułu jest estymacja krzywej cyklu życia filmu kinowego w Polsce. Analiza została wykonana dla próby badawczej składającej się z 175 polskich filmów fabularnych, które na przestrzeni ostatnich lat 2004–2014 obecne były w kinach. Kształt krzywej cyklu życia filmu kinowego został wyznaczony przy użyciu danych panelowych (wpływów ze sprzedaży biletów kinowych przypadających na kopię). Dane dotyczące wpływów ze sprzedaży biletów kinowych zostały pozyskane z serwisu branżowego boxoffice.pl.
EN
The main purpose of this article is to estimate the average product life cycle of feature films produced in Poland. The analysed sample consists of 175 motion pictures released between 2004 and 2014 for which complete data on the variables were available. The shape of movie life cycle curve was analysed using box office panel data (box office revenue per copy). The data concerning box office revenue were obtained from the boxoffice.pl website.
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185-193
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published
2016-12-12
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Publication order reference
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1733-9758
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-22bc95a0-03b7-4c9d-ad4d-f8ab0b45835c
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