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  1. The State and the Arts

    The State and the Arts

    John W. O’Hagan
    At a time when state assistance to the arts sector has come under considerable scrutiny both in Europe and the United States, this book comprehensively examines the evolution of, and rationale for, state involvement with the so-called ‘high’ arts on both continents. It offers an overview of the key economic issues arising in relation to the state and the arts in these regions, with a detailed analysis of the European and American models of state assistance to the high arts sector. Learn More
    1998   Hardback Price: $ 140.00   Web: $ 126.00
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  2. Cultural Economics

    Cultural Economics

    Edited by Ruth Towse
    These volumes contain a spread of influential articles on economic issues arising in all aspects of the cultural sector – the performing and creative arts, (including the art market); the heritage (museums and monuments) and the media industries (film, TV, recording etc.). Cultural economics, including in this term the economics of the arts, has developed steadily over the last thirty years, with a literature that is theoretical, empirical and institutional. Some of the most prominent economists have written on subjects in this field – Coase, Baumol, Peacock, Robbins, Scitovsky, West and it is now being developed by their successors, of whom Frey and Throsby are the best established. Learn More
    1997   Hardback Price: $ 822.00   Web: $ 739.80
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