By Bruno Frey (auth.), Alan Peacock, Ilde Rizzo (eds.)
Cultural Economics and Cultural Policies deals a special advisor to the cutting-edge in cultural economics. First, it signals students and scholars to the need for cautious definition and size of the `cultural sector'. moment, it offers examples of ways financial research can make clear the incentive of artistic and appearing artists and of inventive corporations. 3rd, Cultural Economics andCultural Policies widens the dialogue of public coverage in the direction of the humanities past common financial appraisal of arguments for presidency monetary help. It does so through contemplating the government's position in defining estate rights in inventive items and in regulating in addition to financing the humanities; studying how the standards for presidency help are literally utilized. Cultural Economics and CulturalPolicies can be of curiosity to economists, scholars and coverage makers.
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Of course, in the attempt to define culture as the object of our economic research, economists tend to stick to some very traditional label, such as that 23 A. Peacock and I. ), Cultural &01Wmics and Cultural Policies, 23-31. 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. ; even the cinema does not have a certain location within the set of cultural activities, at least for many economists who have resolved to sacrifice some forms of cultural expression in the name of the homogeneity of their analyses.
They point to the essential characteristics and problems of the art sector. IV. Conclusions There are really great difficulties, both analytical and purely factual, in getting an exhaustive measure of the arts sector. A cost-benefit analysis of this kind of exercise would probably suggest that the latter are greater than the former. Information on the approximate aggregate size of the arts sector and of its dynamics can be derived from existing indicators concerning it. Economic problems of the arts are mainly of a micro character.
We should not worry too much about the lack of them. References Brosio G, and Santagata, W. (1992) Rapporto sull'economia delle arti e dello spettacolo in Italia, Torino, Edizioni della Fondazione AgnelJi. Busson, A. and Evrard, Yves (1987) Portraits economique de la culture, Paris, La Documentation Franc;:aise. Guldberg, H. H. (1987) The Australian Music Industry, Sydney, The Australia Council. Myerscough, J. (1988) The Economic Importance of the Arts in Britain, London, Policy Studies Institute.
Cultural Economics And Cultural Policies by Bruno Frey (auth.), Alan Peacock, Ilde Rizzo (eds.)