Professor Gillian Doyle

  • Professor of Media Economics (Theatre, Film and Television Studies)

Research interests

Director, CCPR

Research Interests

Gillian Doyle is Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research.  She is an economist with special interest in media and cultural industries.  Gillian worked as a media equities analyst for a leading Swiss bank and in financial journalism prior to setting up the UK’s first Masters programme in the area of media management and economics.  She now leads the MSc in Media Management at the University of Glasgow and is one of the main contributors to the core teaching in this subject area.  Gillian was awarded the European Media Management Association (EMMA) prize for outstanding contribution to scholarship in 2014.

Gillian’s research interests are related to media economics and media and cultural policy. Her work on the economics of mass media and on media ownership has been translated and published in several languages.  She is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Media Economics, Journal of Cultural Economics, the International Journal on Media Management, Journalism: Theory Practice Criticism and Journal of Media and Cultural Politics.

Gillian is Lead Investigator on 'Converging Technologies and Windowing Strategies', a work package (2014-16) which forms part of the programme for the Centre for Creativity, Regulation, Enterprise & Technology (CREATe), the RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models for the Creative Economy.  This project investigates how the strategies deployed by television companies in order to maximise returns from their intellectual property assets are being reshaped by the transition to a more complex, multi-layered, competitive and globalized digital distribution environment.

Gillian was Principal Investigator on 'Multi-platform media and the digital challenge: Strategy, Distribution and Policy' a major research project on economic and policy aspects of digital media convergence funded by the ESRC (2012-2015). Gillian was also Principal Investigator on an AHRC-funded project (2012-2015) that investigated the history of the UK Film Council and analysed the policy implications of its closure for film in the digital era. 

She was elected President of the Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) – an association of scholars, policy makers, arts practitioners and others interested in economic aspects of cultural enterprises and industries – from 2008 - 2010.  She has also been Treasurer and Membership Secretary of MeCCSA - the UK-wide trade association for HE professionals in media, communication and cultural studies - and served on the organisation's Executive Committee (by election) from 2003 - 2010.

Gillian is a member of the European Expert Network on Culture and Audiovisual (EENCA) which, funded by the European Commission's DG Education and Culture, has been appointed (2016 - 2018) to provide research-based advice that supports the development of cultural and audiovisual policies in the European Union.

Gillian has been appointed to the Scientific Committee for the EU-funded Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) at the European University Institute in Florence.  She acted as Supervisor for the Report of the High Level Group on 'EU competencies in respect of media pluralism and media freedom' published in 2013.  She served as a member of the quality control team for a major EU-funded research study on the use of Media Pluralism Indicators in Member States in 2009.  She has also worked as a consultant for the Council of Europe’s Committee of Experts on Media Concentrations and Pluralism (MM-CM).

Gillian was a Visiting Professor of Media Economics at the Institute for Media and Communications (IMK), University of Oslo from 2004 to 2014.  Since 2014, she has been a Guest Professor on the Máster Ejecutivo en Gestión de Empresas de Comunicación (MEGEC) - the Executive Media MBA - offered by the Faculty of Communications at the University of Navarra.  She has previously taught at the University of Paris 1 Sorbonne as part of the Master 2 Droit, économie et gestion de l'audiovisuel.

 

 

Grants

Recent Awards:

 

Supervision

 Gillian has previously supervised research projects on economic, management and policy aspects of media and cultural industries and she welcomes new PhD applications in these areas. 

Current PhD students: 

  • Helen Huang: Digital interactivity and the newspaper industry in China 
  • Ana Moraes: Film Policy in Scotland 
  • Nicola Johnson: Broadcasting in Scotland, 2014 and beyond
  • Angela Esposito: Television formats and localization
  • Qin Bi: Use of Soft Power in Europe
  • Norma Ahmed: News Journalism

 

Teaching

Additional information

Administration 

  • Member of University of Glasgow Research Planning & Strategy Committee
  • Member School of Culture and Creative Arts, School Management Committee’

External 

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
  • 2008-2010  President of the Association for Cultural Economics International  (ACEI) – an association of scholars, policy makers, arts practitioners and others interested in economic aspects of cultural enterprises and industries.
  • 2003-2010 Treasurer and Membership Secretary of MeCCSA - the UK-wide trade association for HE professionals in media, communication and cultural studies - and served on the organisation's Executive Committee (by election).
  • Principal Investigator on 'Converging Technologies and Windowing Strategies' a project which forms part of the AHRC-funded CREATe programme of research (2014-16).
  • Member of European Expert Network on Culture and Audiovisual (EENCA) appointed by European Commission (2016 - 2018) to provide advice on development of policy in these sectors.
  • Member of Scientific Committee from the EU-funded Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) at the European University Institute in Florence.
  • Member of the Advisory Board for the Vrije Universiteit Brussel Strategic Research Programme (SRP) on ‘Towards a Sustainable Media Ecology’ 2013-2017.
  • Supervisor of an independent policy study, written at the request of the European Commission and published in 2013, on 'European Union competencies in respect of media pluralism and media freedom'.
  • Member of the quality control team for a major EU-funded research study on the use of Media Pluralism Indicators in member states.
  • Consultant for the Council of Europe’s Committee of Experts on Media Concentrations and Pluralism (MM-CM).
  • Author of 'Audiovisual Services: International Trade and Cultural Policy' an expert study commissioned by the OECD in 2011.
  • Visiting Professor of Media Economics at the Institute for Media and Communications (IMK), University of Oslo from 2004 to 2014.
  • Editorial board of: the Journal of Media Economics, the International Journal on Media Management, Media and Cultural Politics, Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism and Journal of Cultural Economics. 
  • External Examiner for the MA in Media and Creative Enterprise at the University of Warwick (2009 - 2013).
  • External Examiner for the MA Global Media Business and the MA Media Management at the University of Westminster (2014 - date).

Publications

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Number of items: 46.

2016

Doyle, G. (2016) Television production, Funding Models and Exploitation of Content. ICONO14, 14(2), pp. 75-96. (doi:10.7195/ri14.v14i2.991)

Doyle, G. (2016) Resistance of channels: television distribution in the multiplatform era. Telematics and Informatics, 33(2), pp. 693-702. (doi:10.1016/j.tele.2015.06.015)

Doyle, G. (2016) Digitization and changing windowing strategies in the television industry: negotiating new windows on the world. Television and New Media, (doi:10.1177/1527476416641194) (Early Online Publication)

Doyle, G. (2016) Creative economy and policy. European Journal of Communication, 31(1), pp. 33-45. (doi:10.1177/0267323115614469)

2015

Doyle, G. (2015) Brands in international and multi‐platform expansion strategies: economic and management issues. In: Siegert, G., Förster, K., Chan-Olmsted, S. and Ots, M. (eds.) Handbook of Media Branding. Springer International Publishing: Berlin, pp. 53-64. ISBN 9783319182353 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18236-0_4)

Doyle, G., Schlesinger, P., Boyle, R., and Kelly, L. (2015) The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748698233

Doyle, G. (2015) Multi-platform media: how newspapers are adapting to the digital era. In: Oakley, K. and O' Connor, J. (eds.) Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Routledge: Abingdon, pp. 109-119. ISBN 9780415706209

Schlesinger, P., and Doyle, G. (2015) From organizational crisis to multi-platform salvation? Creative destruction and the recomposition of news media. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 16(3), pp. 305-323. (doi:10.1177/1464884914530223)

Doyle, G. (2015) Why ownership pluralism still matters in a multi-platform world. In: Valcke, P., Sükösd, M. and Picard, R.G. (eds.) Media Pluralism: Concepts, Risks and Global Trends. Series: Palgrave global media policy and business. Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke, pp. 297-309. ISBN 9781137304292

Doyle, G. (2015) Guest editor’s introductory essay: special issue on multi-platform strategies. Journal of Media Business Studies, 12(1), pp. 3-6. (doi:10.1080/16522354.2015.1027116)

Doyle, G. (2015) Managing in the distinctive economic context of media. In: Lowe, G. F. and Brown, C. (eds.) Managing Media Firms and Industries: What’s So Special About Media Management? Series: Media business and innovation. Springer International Publishing: Berlin, pp. 175-188. ISBN 9783319085142 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08515-9)

Doyle, G. (2015) Multi-platform media and the miracle of the loaves and fishes. Journal of Media Business Studies, 12(1), pp. 49-56. (doi:10.1080/16522354.2015.1027113)

2014

Doyle, G. (2014) Film support and the challenge of ‘sustainability’: on wing design, wax and feathers, and bolts from the blue. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 11(2-3), pp. 129-151. (doi:10.3366/jbctv.2014.0200)

Doyle, G. (2014) Audiovisual trade and policy. In: Findlay, C., Nordas, H. K. and Pasadillo, G. (eds.) Trade Policy in Asia: Higher Education and Media Services. World Scientific Publishing: Singapore, pp. 301-333. ISBN 9789814590198

Doyle, G. (2014) Re-invention and survival: newspapers in the era of digital multiplatform delivery. Journal of Media Business Studies, 10(4), pp. 1-20.

2013

Doyle, G. (2013) International trade in audiovisual products. In: Towse, R. and Handke, C. (eds.) Handbook on the Digital Creative Economy. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 178-186. ISBN 9781781004869

Doyle, G. (2013) Media ownership: diversity versus efficiency in a changing technological environment. In: Throsby, D. and Ginsburgh, V.A. (eds.) Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture. North Holland: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 357-377. ISBN 9780444537768

Doyle, G. (2013) Innovation in use of digital infrastructures: TV scheduling strategies and reflections on public policy. In: Storsul, T. and Krumsvik, A. (eds.) Media Innovations. Nordicom: Gothenburg, Sweden, pp. 111-125.

Doyle, G. (2013) Private television in the United Kingdon: a story of ownership integration. In: Donders, K., Pauwels, C. and Loisen, J. (eds.) Private Television in Western Europe: Content, Markets and Policies. Palgrave MacMillan: London, UK, pp. 70-84. ISBN 9781137017543

Doyle, G. (2013) Understanding Media Economics. SAGE: London, UK. ISBN 9781412930765

2012

Doyle, G. (2012) Audio Visual Services: International Trade and Cultural Policy. ADBI Working Paper 355. Working Paper. Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan.

Doyle, G. (2012) Audiovisual economics: Audiovisual markets in the European Union. Quaderns del CAC, 15(38), pp. 15-23.

2011

Doyle, G. (2011) Media economics and regulation. In: Towse, R. (ed.) Handbook of Cultural Economics (2nd ed). Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 273-281. ISBN 9781848448872

Doyle, G. (2011) Magazines. In: Cameron, S. (ed.) Handbook on the Economics of Leisure. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 720-751. ISBN 9781848444041

2010

Doyle, G. (2010) From television to multi-platform: less from more or more for less? Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 16(4), pp. 431-449. (doi:10.1177/1354856510375145)

Doyle, G. (2010) Why culture attracts and resists economic analysis. Journal of Cultural Economics, 34(4), pp. 245-259. (doi:10.1007/s10824-010-9128-9)

Doyle, G. (2010) Media economics. In: Free, R.C. (ed.) 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook. Series: 21st century reference series. Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA, USA, pp. 827-836. ISBN 9781412961424

Doyle, G., and Paterson, R. (2010) Die produktion unabhängigen fersehens in Grossbritannien. Öffentliche politik, kreativität und wachstum. In: Lantzsch, K., Altmeppen, K.D. and Will, A. (eds.) Handbuch Unterhaltungsproduktion : Beschaffung und Produktion von Fernsehunterhaltung. Series: The business of entertainment: medien, märkte, management. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: Wiesbaden, Germany, pp. 34-66. ISBN 9783531160016

2008

Doyle, G. (2008) Introduduzione all'economia dei media. Hoepli: Milan, Italy. ISBN 9788820341183

Doyle, G., and Paterson, R. (2008) Public policy and independent television production in the UK. Journal of Media Business Studies, 5(3), pp. 15-31.

2007

Doyle, G. (2007) Undermining media diversity: inaction on media concentrations and pluralism in the EU. European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics, 24, pp. 135-156.

2006

Doyle, G. (2006) Financial news journalism: a post-Enron analysis of approaches towards economic and financial news production in the UK. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 7(4), pp. 433-452. (doi:10.1177/1464884906068361)

Doyle, G. (2006) Managing global expansion of media products and brands: A case study of FHM. International Journal on Media Management, 8(3), pp. 105-115. (doi:10.1207/s14241250ijmm0803_1)

Doyle, G., (Ed.) (2006) The economics of the mass media. Series: The international library of critical writings in economics. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 9781858988115

Doyle, G. (2006) Structure and development of media ownership in Europe. In: Heinrich, J. and Kopper, G.G. (eds.) Media Economics in Europe. Series: Informationskultur in Europa (4). Vistas: Berlin, Germany, pp. 121-138. ISBN 9783891584408

Doyle, G., and Frith, S. (2006) Methodological approaches in media management and media economics research. In: Albarran, A.B., Chan-Olmsted, S.M. and Wirth, M.O. (eds.) Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, USA, pp. 551-570. ISBN 9780805850031

2005

Doyle, G. (2005) Cross-media ownership. In: Foxwood, H. and Pilch, T. (eds.) Broadcasting: A Series of Four Seminars held at 11 Downing Street in 2002. Smith Institute: London, pp. 7-12.

Doyle, G., and Hibberd, M. (2005) The UK audiovisual system. In: Guerrieri, P., Iapadre, L. and Koopman, G. (eds.) Cultural Diversity and International Economic Integration: The Global Governance of the Audiovisual Sector. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 131-155. ISBN 9781843768074

Doyle, G., and Vick, D.W. (2005) The communications act 2003: a new regulatory framework in the UK. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 11(3), pp. 75-94. (doi:10.1177/135485650501100306)

2004

Doyle, G. (2004) Changes in media ownership. Sociological Review, 13(3), pp. 2-4.

Doyle, G., and Vick, D. V. (2004) Uber die “konvergierte regulierung” zum deregulierten medienmarkt? Media Perspektiven, 2004(1), pp. 38-48.

2003

Doyle, G., and Hibberd, M. (2003) Competition, Cultural Variety and Global Governance: The Case of the UK Audiovisual System. Discussion Paper. Hamburg Institute of Economics, Hamburg.

2002

Doyle, G. (2002) What’s 'new' about the future of communications? An evaluation of recent shifts in UK media ownership policy. Media, Culture and Society, 24(5), pp. 715-724. (doi:10.1177/016344370202400510)

Doyle, G. (2002) Media Ownership: The Economics and Politics of Convergence and Concentration in the UK and European Media. Sage Publications. ISBN 0761966811

Doyle, G. (2002) Understanding Media Economics. Sage Publications. ISBN 076196875X

2000

Doyle, G. (2000) The economics of monomedia and cross-media expansion. Journal of Cultural Economics, 24(1), pp. 1-26. (doi:10.1023/A:1007599617438)

This list was generated on Thu Sep 29 17:14:03 2016 BST.
Number of items: 46.

Articles

Doyle, G. (2016) Television production, Funding Models and Exploitation of Content. ICONO14, 14(2), pp. 75-96. (doi:10.7195/ri14.v14i2.991)

Doyle, G. (2016) Resistance of channels: television distribution in the multiplatform era. Telematics and Informatics, 33(2), pp. 693-702. (doi:10.1016/j.tele.2015.06.015)

Doyle, G. (2016) Digitization and changing windowing strategies in the television industry: negotiating new windows on the world. Television and New Media, (doi:10.1177/1527476416641194) (Early Online Publication)

Doyle, G. (2016) Creative economy and policy. European Journal of Communication, 31(1), pp. 33-45. (doi:10.1177/0267323115614469)

Schlesinger, P., and Doyle, G. (2015) From organizational crisis to multi-platform salvation? Creative destruction and the recomposition of news media. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 16(3), pp. 305-323. (doi:10.1177/1464884914530223)

Doyle, G. (2015) Guest editor’s introductory essay: special issue on multi-platform strategies. Journal of Media Business Studies, 12(1), pp. 3-6. (doi:10.1080/16522354.2015.1027116)

Doyle, G. (2015) Multi-platform media and the miracle of the loaves and fishes. Journal of Media Business Studies, 12(1), pp. 49-56. (doi:10.1080/16522354.2015.1027113)

Doyle, G. (2014) Film support and the challenge of ‘sustainability’: on wing design, wax and feathers, and bolts from the blue. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 11(2-3), pp. 129-151. (doi:10.3366/jbctv.2014.0200)

Doyle, G. (2014) Re-invention and survival: newspapers in the era of digital multiplatform delivery. Journal of Media Business Studies, 10(4), pp. 1-20.

Doyle, G. (2012) Audiovisual economics: Audiovisual markets in the European Union. Quaderns del CAC, 15(38), pp. 15-23.

Doyle, G. (2010) From television to multi-platform: less from more or more for less? Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 16(4), pp. 431-449. (doi:10.1177/1354856510375145)

Doyle, G. (2010) Why culture attracts and resists economic analysis. Journal of Cultural Economics, 34(4), pp. 245-259. (doi:10.1007/s10824-010-9128-9)

Doyle, G., and Paterson, R. (2008) Public policy and independent television production in the UK. Journal of Media Business Studies, 5(3), pp. 15-31.

Doyle, G. (2007) Undermining media diversity: inaction on media concentrations and pluralism in the EU. European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics, 24, pp. 135-156.

Doyle, G. (2006) Financial news journalism: a post-Enron analysis of approaches towards economic and financial news production in the UK. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 7(4), pp. 433-452. (doi:10.1177/1464884906068361)

Doyle, G. (2006) Managing global expansion of media products and brands: A case study of FHM. International Journal on Media Management, 8(3), pp. 105-115. (doi:10.1207/s14241250ijmm0803_1)

Doyle, G., and Vick, D.W. (2005) The communications act 2003: a new regulatory framework in the UK. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 11(3), pp. 75-94. (doi:10.1177/135485650501100306)

Doyle, G. (2004) Changes in media ownership. Sociological Review, 13(3), pp. 2-4.

Doyle, G., and Vick, D. V. (2004) Uber die “konvergierte regulierung” zum deregulierten medienmarkt? Media Perspektiven, 2004(1), pp. 38-48.

Doyle, G. (2002) What’s 'new' about the future of communications? An evaluation of recent shifts in UK media ownership policy. Media, Culture and Society, 24(5), pp. 715-724. (doi:10.1177/016344370202400510)

Doyle, G. (2000) The economics of monomedia and cross-media expansion. Journal of Cultural Economics, 24(1), pp. 1-26. (doi:10.1023/A:1007599617438)

Books

Doyle, G., Schlesinger, P., Boyle, R., and Kelly, L. (2015) The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748698233

Doyle, G. (2013) Understanding Media Economics. SAGE: London, UK. ISBN 9781412930765

Doyle, G. (2008) Introduduzione all'economia dei media. Hoepli: Milan, Italy. ISBN 9788820341183

Doyle, G. (2002) Media Ownership: The Economics and Politics of Convergence and Concentration in the UK and European Media. Sage Publications. ISBN 0761966811

Doyle, G. (2002) Understanding Media Economics. Sage Publications. ISBN 076196875X

Book Sections

Doyle, G. (2015) Brands in international and multi‐platform expansion strategies: economic and management issues. In: Siegert, G., Förster, K., Chan-Olmsted, S. and Ots, M. (eds.) Handbook of Media Branding. Springer International Publishing: Berlin, pp. 53-64. ISBN 9783319182353 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18236-0_4)

Doyle, G. (2015) Multi-platform media: how newspapers are adapting to the digital era. In: Oakley, K. and O' Connor, J. (eds.) Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Routledge: Abingdon, pp. 109-119. ISBN 9780415706209

Doyle, G. (2015) Why ownership pluralism still matters in a multi-platform world. In: Valcke, P., Sükösd, M. and Picard, R.G. (eds.) Media Pluralism: Concepts, Risks and Global Trends. Series: Palgrave global media policy and business. Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke, pp. 297-309. ISBN 9781137304292

Doyle, G. (2015) Managing in the distinctive economic context of media. In: Lowe, G. F. and Brown, C. (eds.) Managing Media Firms and Industries: What’s So Special About Media Management? Series: Media business and innovation. Springer International Publishing: Berlin, pp. 175-188. ISBN 9783319085142 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08515-9)

Doyle, G. (2014) Audiovisual trade and policy. In: Findlay, C., Nordas, H. K. and Pasadillo, G. (eds.) Trade Policy in Asia: Higher Education and Media Services. World Scientific Publishing: Singapore, pp. 301-333. ISBN 9789814590198

Doyle, G. (2013) International trade in audiovisual products. In: Towse, R. and Handke, C. (eds.) Handbook on the Digital Creative Economy. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 178-186. ISBN 9781781004869

Doyle, G. (2013) Media ownership: diversity versus efficiency in a changing technological environment. In: Throsby, D. and Ginsburgh, V.A. (eds.) Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture. North Holland: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 357-377. ISBN 9780444537768

Doyle, G. (2013) Innovation in use of digital infrastructures: TV scheduling strategies and reflections on public policy. In: Storsul, T. and Krumsvik, A. (eds.) Media Innovations. Nordicom: Gothenburg, Sweden, pp. 111-125.

Doyle, G. (2013) Private television in the United Kingdon: a story of ownership integration. In: Donders, K., Pauwels, C. and Loisen, J. (eds.) Private Television in Western Europe: Content, Markets and Policies. Palgrave MacMillan: London, UK, pp. 70-84. ISBN 9781137017543

Doyle, G. (2011) Media economics and regulation. In: Towse, R. (ed.) Handbook of Cultural Economics (2nd ed). Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 273-281. ISBN 9781848448872

Doyle, G. (2011) Magazines. In: Cameron, S. (ed.) Handbook on the Economics of Leisure. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK, pp. 720-751. ISBN 9781848444041

Doyle, G. (2010) Media economics. In: Free, R.C. (ed.) 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook. Series: 21st century reference series. Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA, USA, pp. 827-836. ISBN 9781412961424

Doyle, G., and Paterson, R. (2010) Die produktion unabhängigen fersehens in Grossbritannien. Öffentliche politik, kreativität und wachstum. In: Lantzsch, K., Altmeppen, K.D. and Will, A. (eds.) Handbuch Unterhaltungsproduktion : Beschaffung und Produktion von Fernsehunterhaltung. Series: The business of entertainment: medien, märkte, management. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: Wiesbaden, Germany, pp. 34-66. ISBN 9783531160016

Doyle, G. (2006) Structure and development of media ownership in Europe. In: Heinrich, J. and Kopper, G.G. (eds.) Media Economics in Europe. Series: Informationskultur in Europa (4). Vistas: Berlin, Germany, pp. 121-138. ISBN 9783891584408

Doyle, G., and Frith, S. (2006) Methodological approaches in media management and media economics research. In: Albarran, A.B., Chan-Olmsted, S.M. and Wirth, M.O. (eds.) Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, USA, pp. 551-570. ISBN 9780805850031

Doyle, G. (2005) Cross-media ownership. In: Foxwood, H. and Pilch, T. (eds.) Broadcasting: A Series of Four Seminars held at 11 Downing Street in 2002. Smith Institute: London, pp. 7-12.

Doyle, G., and Hibberd, M. (2005) The UK audiovisual system. In: Guerrieri, P., Iapadre, L. and Koopman, G. (eds.) Cultural Diversity and International Economic Integration: The Global Governance of the Audiovisual Sector. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 131-155. ISBN 9781843768074

Edited Books

Doyle, G., (Ed.) (2006) The economics of the mass media. Series: The international library of critical writings in economics. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 9781858988115

Research Reports or Papers

Doyle, G. (2012) Audio Visual Services: International Trade and Cultural Policy. ADBI Working Paper 355. Working Paper. Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan.

Doyle, G., and Hibberd, M. (2003) Competition, Cultural Variety and Global Governance: The Case of the UK Audiovisual System. Discussion Paper. Hamburg Institute of Economics, Hamburg.

This list was generated on Thu Sep 29 17:14:03 2016 BST.