Jaime Carini is a doctoral student in musicology (Ph.D.) and organ performance & literature (D.M.) at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington. She is also a 2021 Don Lavoie Fellow and will be a 2021–2022 Adam Smith Fellow, both with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Ms. Carini recently completed a forthcoming book chapter, titled "Artisanship, Artifact, and Aesthetic Fact," on the political economy and artisanship of the Austrian, Virginia, and Bloomington Schools. She maintains research interests in cultural economics and the interrelationship between music expertise and music ownership. She has presented her research on Bob Dylan’s contributions to the Great American Songbook at the international World of Bob Dylan Symposium and the sixth Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop (WOW6). As an Ostrom Fellow, Ms. Carini is working on the project “Blurring the Lines between Creative Expression and Intellectual Property in the Songwriting Industry Five Years after Marvin Gaye estate vs. Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams,” which combines musicology, governance, and new institutional economics to explore how institutions influence our notions of music expertise and music ownership.