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December 2017

EconomistsTalkArt.org wishes you happy holidays and a great new year 2018!

By The Editorial Team

The Editorial Team of EconomistsTalkArt.org wishes you a happy start into the New Year! The blog, which started as an initiative of the nights of EWACE in Vienna 2015, has become one of the central dissemination tools of the work of cultural economists around the world. In the two years of our existence we have been visited by more than 25,000 times by 15,000 visitors from almost all countries of the world.

We sincerely hope the New Year will continue providing you with the pleasure of reading posts written by leading authors in cultural economics!

With best wishes,

Andrej, Cedric, Karol, Marilena and Trilce

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MUSEUMS SELLING ART: LA LIAISON DANGEREUSE BETWEEN DEACCESSIONS AND DONATIONS

By Luigi Di Gaetano and Isidoro Mazza

Economic downturns and policy reversals have caused a shortage of public and private funding for many museums. Museums in dire straits have therefore considered deaccessioning part of their collection. The question whether deaccessions could be a viable, although exceptional, option continues to ignite a lively debate and a fierce opposition by museum associations around the world fearing that deaccessioning would send a bad signal to donors. The study investigates this hypothesis using a game theory approach.

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THE ENTREPRENEURIAL ARTIST: THE SAME, OR DIFFERENT, THAN OTHER NON-ARTIST ENTREPRENEURS?

By Joanna Woronkowicz and Douglas Noonan

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Why do workers earning wages or salaries decide to become self-employed, and are artists like other professionals in this regard?  Artists “go freelance” more than other professionals, especially during the Great Recession.  Freelancing artists resemble other professional “independent contractors,” but differ involving education, urban locations, and families.

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