Lecturer, College of Business
Philipp is an interdisciplinary researcher and lecturer in the field of the music industries. His research focuses on the question: How do technology and entrepreneurship influence creative industries, artists and society? This enquiry is fuelled by an interdisciplinary approach utilising his practical experience as an artist as well as his theoretical education as an academic.
Philipp has worked as a music producer for international brands such as Hahn Beer, Pizza Hut and Google, released tracks on independent and major record labels, and has published in international journals and edited books.
Peltz, P. (2013). Digital Distribution Models Reviewed: The Content Provider’s Perspective. In P. Tschmuck, P. Pearce & S. Campbell (Eds.), Music Business and the Experience Economy (pp. 99-117). Berlin: Springer.
Peltz, P. (2011). The scope of artist-entrepreneurship in the music industry. Proceedings of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music Australia-New Zealand 2010.
P. Mayerhofer, P. Peltz & A. Resch, Creative Industries in Wien – Dynamik, Arbeitsplätze, Akteure. Berlin, Wien,Zürich and London: Lit Verlag, 2008 (English translation: “Creative Industries” in Vienna – Dynamic, Employment, Participants).
- BHO2402 Music Industry Management
- BEO2403 Introduction to Music Business
- BEO3404 International Aspects of the Music Industry
- BEO3408 Music Publishing and Recording
- BBUS-BSPMUS Music Industry Specialisation - now BBNS- Bachelor of Business with Music Industry major.
15 years experience as a sound engineer, producer, label owner and music industry consultant.
Areas of expertise
- Cultural entrepreneurship
- Media economics
- Music industry
- Music studies