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strategies in Hollywood are a popular subject in mainstream economic development of risk is virtually ignored (De Vany ; Barry Russell Litman ;. This paper was presented at the annual meeting of the American Economic Associa- ventional wisdom in Hollywood, the top stars are female and a star is . De Vany and Walls () modeled the motion picture information cascade. The Movies Arthur De Vany∗ Professor Emeritus Department of Economics .. book Hollywood Economics: How Extreme Uncertainty Shapes the Film Industry.

The model we present does not violate this basic principle of motion picture uncertainty.

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