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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Vogel, Harold L.
Harold L. Vogel is the author of Travel Industry Economics: A Guide for Financial Analysis (Cambridge University Press, 2001), a companion volume to this study of the entertainment industry. He was ranked as top entertainment industry analyst for a record ten years by Institutional Investor magazine and served for seventeen years as senior entertainment industry analyst at Merrill Lynch and Co. A chartered financial analyst and member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts, Mr. Vogel formerly served on the New York State Governor's Motion Picture and Television Advisory Board. He is a frequent writer and speaker on investment topics related to leisure, entertainment, and travel, serves as adjunct professor of media economics at Columbia University's Uris Graduate School of Business, and is author of the novel Short Three Thousand (2000). Mr. Vogel currently heads an independent investment fund in New York City.Vogel, Harold L. is the author of 'Entertainment Industry Economics A Guide for Financial Analysis', published 2004 under ISBN 9780521836128 and ISBN 0521836123.
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