TEACHING CULTURAL ECONOMICS

By Trine Bille, Anna Mignosa and Ruth Towse

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Is busking a source of income? What is the role of copyright for creators and performers? Can philanthropy and crowdfunding substitute the reduction of public support to the cultural sector? How have production and consumption of cultural products changed because of digitization? What are the contributions of big data and artificial intelligence? Has the notion of intangible heritage modified our way of looking at heritage? Will we just visit museums and watch movies at home? The cultural sector keeps on changing and ‘Teaching cultural economics’ intends to be a tool to tackle questions resulting from the evolution of the sector. Continue reading “TEACHING CULTURAL ECONOMICS”

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”

WHAT IS COPYRIGHT GOOD FOR?

By Ruth Towse

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What are the relative roles of copyright law and market forces, especially when they are altered by disruptive technologies? The paper takes an historical approach to the development of music publishing viewed through the lens of present day issues, in particular the impact of digitisation in the creative industries.

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