THE PRICE OF A NAME: ART MARKET VALUATION OF PROVISIONAL NAMES (“THE MASTER OF …”)

By Kim Oosterlinck and Anne-Sophie Radermecker

The value of a painting is influenced above all by the artist who created it and his reputation. But what about those whose names have not survived the test of time? For these painters, art historians often create a provisional name describing attributes of the painter or of a painting of reference. Our research analyses how the market values these paintings.

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CULTURAL ECONOMICS EDUCATION: 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE MASTER IN CULTURAL ECONOMICS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

By Trilce Navarrete

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On 21 September 2018, a group of cultural economists from all ages joined for the 15-year anniversary of the first MA Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship program to celebrate, to reflect on what is accomplished, and to look ahead. Continue reading “CULTURAL ECONOMICS EDUCATION: 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE MASTER IN CULTURAL ECONOMICS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP”

CULTURAL ECONOMICS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC: THE LOW DOWN ON THE 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CULTURAL ECONOMICS

By Bronwyn Coate and Tim R.L. Fry

From 26-29 June RMIT University was proud to host the 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics. This is the first time the conference has been hosted in the Southern Hemisphere. Delegates from 35 countries, attending ACEI, came from industry, government and academia and included a few artists as well.

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FISCAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF BOOK CONSUMPTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

By Karol Jan Borowiecki and Trilce Navarrete

One of the available and yet controversial tools in cultural policy at the national level is the reduction of VAT rates for cultural goods and services. We document the standard and reduced VAT rates in EU-28 countries in the period from 1993 to 2013 and explore the underlying determinants. We also show and estimate the exact positive effect of a fiscal rate reduction on the book expenditure.

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DOUBLE JEOPARDY – MORE FLEXIBLE SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS AND HIGHER TICKET PRICES

By Jeffrey Pompe, Lawrence Tamburri and Johnathan Munn

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Symphony orchestras have increasingly relied on flexible ticket subscriptions and higher ticket prices for revenue generation. We found that relying on flexible ticket subscriptions may decrease total ticket sales. We discuss how more flexible subscription sales combined with higher ticket prices can have deleterious effects on symphony orchestra finances.

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MORE THAN PLAYER SKILLS: VARIETY IN THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY

By Daniel Kaimann, Nadja Stroh-Maraun and Joe Cox

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Consumers value variety, also in videogames. We find greater video game engagement when both skills and variety preference are considered to match gamers in teams. We also find that too much variety can lead to disengagement.   Continue reading “MORE THAN PLAYER SKILLS: VARIETY IN THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY”

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