Tylor Orme comes to Emerson College having taught economics, finance and statistics at Lycoming College in Pennsylvania and Suffolk University. He is a former Communication Major and a competior on Eastern Michigan University's Speech and Debate team.
Tylor's research analyzes the intersection of economics, copyright law, and the entertainment industries. He is interested in how digital distribution methods and the internet have altered the business of the entertainment industry. His work has analyzed the efficacy of government anti-piracy polices, as well as how the internet has changed the business of the film industry. His work has appeared in the Journal of Cultural Economics and has been presented at several cultural economics and industrial organization conferences. He looks forward to bringing his economic perspective to the study of film, television and other creative industries of interest to Emerson students.
Institute For Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies
MW 11:00 AM-1:00 PM, TR 2:00-3:00 PM
M.S., Suffolk University
Ph.D., Suffolk University