A Handbook of Cultural Economics

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Ruth Towse
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 janv. 2011 - 456 pages
The second edition of this widely acclaimed and extensively cited collection of original contributions by specialist authors reflects changes in the field of cultural economics over the last eight years. Thoroughly revised chapters alongside new topics an
 

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Table des matières

Introduction
1
1 Application of welfare economics
9
2 Art auctions
19
3 Art dealers
28
4 Art markets
33
5 Art prices
43
6 Artistic freedom
49
7 Artists labour markets
53
32 Heritage
229
33 International trade
236
culture for free
245
economics
254
36 Management of the arts
261
37 Marketing the arts
266
38 Media economics and regulation
273
39 Motion pictures
282

8 Artists rights
59
9 Awards
63
10 Baumols cost disease
67
11 Broadcasting
76
12 Cinema
86
13 Contingent valuation
90
14 Copyright
100
15 Costs of production
113
16 Creative economy
120
17 Creative industries
125
18 Creativity
132
19 Criticism
138
20 Cultural capital
142
21 Cultural districts
147
22 Cultural entrepreneurship
153
23 Cultural statistics
158
24 Cultural tourism
166
25 Cultural value
172
26 Demand
177
27 Digitalization
190
28 Economic impact of the arts
201
29 Experience goods
211
30 Festivals
216
31 Globalization
220
40 Museums
290
41 The music industry
297
42 Non profit organizations
304
43 Opera and ballet
313
44 Orchestras
320
45 Participation
326
46 Performance indicators
332
47 Performing arts
339
48 Poverty and support for artists
344
49 Pricing the arts
350
50 Principalagent analysis
356
51 Public choice
362
52 Public support
370
53 Publishing
378
54 Regulation
386
55 Resale rights
394
56 Superstars
401
57 Tax concessions
408
58 Television
413
59 Theatre
420
60 Welfare economics
425
Index
431
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