Economics of Art and Culture
Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)
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Description: This survey of the economics of, and public policy towards, the fine arts and performing arts covers arts at federal, state and local levels in the United States as well as the international arts sector.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 4/23/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|An overview of the arts sector|
|Growth of the arts sector|
|Audiences for the arts|
|The Microeconomics of Demand and Supply|
|Consumer demand: an introduction|
|The characteristics of arts demand and their policy implications|
|Production in the performing arts: firms and markets in the performing Arts|
|Productivity lag and the financial problem of the arts|
|The market in works of art|
|The economics of art museums|
|Should the government subsidize the arts?|
|Public and/or private support for the arts in the US, Canada, and Western Europe|
|Direct public support for the arts in the US|
|The arts as a profession: education, training, and employment|
|The role of the arts in a local economy|
|The mass media, public broadcasting, and the cultivation of taste|
|Conclusion: innovation, arts education, and the future of art and culture in the United States|