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Quality of Video Games: Introduction to a Complex Issue

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Market-to-Book Ratio and Creative Industries– Example of Polish Video Games Developers

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Contributors

WERNING is Associate Professor for Digital Media and Game Studies at Utrecht University, where he co-coordinates the graduate programme and game research focus area and organizes the Multidisciplinary Game Research summer school. He received his venia legendi (2014) from Bayreuth University (Germany) and has previously worked as an assistant professor in Bayreuth and Bonn. Stefan has been a visiting scholar and fellow at the Comparative Media Studies programme at MIT. While completing his PhD research, he worked in the digital games industry, most notably at Codemasters

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A balanced approach: Brexit from political and business perspectives

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Impact of ICT Innovative Momentum on Real-Time Accounting

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Disrupting video game distribution
A diachronic affordance analysis of Steam’s platformization strategy

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