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Don't blame technology

Technology may be changing the way people listen to and store their music, but a KU professor argues that downloads are not to blame for years of declining album sales.

Koleman Strumpf, Koch Professor of Economics, argues that downloaded songs do not automatically equate to lost sales. His argument was published in the Feb. 14 issue of the Journal of Political Economy.

Strumpf and co-author Felix Oberholzer-Gee of Harvard University analyzed millions of downloads in late 2002 and compared them to album sales.

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