EconomistsTalkArt.org is set up to promote the dissemination of research-based policy analysis and commentary by cultural economists. The intended audiences are governmental cultural policy makers, arts’ advisory councils, cultural and heritage institutions, academia and the private sector as well as journalists specialising in the art and culture as economics and cultural studies students.
Most columns appearing in EconomistsTalkArt.org are commissioned directly by the Editor-in-Chief, but we post sometimes also unsolicited columns. Academics who are interested in writing a “research-based policy analysis and commentary” should send a few lines describing the possible column and its research basis to: blog(at)culturaleconomics(dot)org.
The submission should include information on the author(s)’ current and past affiliation(s), economics degrees or experience, and the URL of the author(s)’ current webpage.
Karol Jan Borowiecki (University of Southern Denmark)
Cedric Ceulemans (State University of New York at Purchase)
Trilce Navarrete (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Andrej Srakar (Institute for Economic Research and University of Ljubljana)
Marilena Vecco (CEREN, EA 7477, Burgundy School of Business – Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté)
Association for Cultural Economics International
EconomistsTalkArt.org is set up in close collaboration with the Association for Cultural Economics International
. ACEI is a scientific society founded in 1973, of around 150 members–including academic scholars, government officials, foundation officials, managers of arts and cultural organizations and artists–who share an interest in furthering understanding of the economic aspects of the arts and culture in their own countries and throughout the world.