Interesting Academic Papers: May, June and July 2011

“Innovation and Job Creation in a Global Economy: The Case of Apple’s iPod” by Greg Linden, Jason Dedrick, and Kenneth L. Kraemer from the Journal of International Commerce and Economics.

“Proceed at Your Peril: Crowdfunding and the Securities Act of 1933” by Joan Heminway and Shelden Hoffman.

“Click Trajectories: End-to-End Analysis of the Spam Value Chain” by fifteen researchers from four institutions—the University of California at Berkeley, University of California at San Diego, the International Computer Science Institute, and Budapest University of Technology and Economics.