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Michael Pokorny

Michael Pokorny is a Principal Lecturer in Quantitative Business Methods at the Business School of the University of Westminster. His main teaching interests are in quantitative methods/statistics/econometrics/quantitative finance, but he has also taught labour economics and industrial economics. His current research interests are concerned with the economics and economic history of the film industry.

Keywords:  1930s, foreign revenues, film budgets, profits, strategy

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