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WHAT IS COPYRIGHT GOOD FOR?

Ruth Towse

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. 997 more words

Cultural Economics

WHAT CULTURAL PRODUCERS MAY LEARN IN TIME OF RECESSION

Tiziana Cuccia and Ilde Rizzo

Cultural producers adopt different strategies to cope with the effects of the great recession and differentiate the sources of their funds. 930 more words

Cultural Economics

WHO ARE THE VISITORS OF CULTURAL SITES ACROSS EU COUNTRIES?

Martin Falk and Tally Katz-Gerro

Are there significant cross-country differences in the frequency of visits to cultural sites? Are the socio-demographic and economic correlates of visits to cultural sites similar across EU countries? 820 more words

Cultural Economics

Agricultural subsidies as a % of gross farm receipts in USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand since 1986

Source: Agricultural policy – Agricultural support – OECD Data.

Agricultural support is defined as the annual monetary value of gross transfers to agriculture from consumers and taxpayers arising from government policies that support agriculture, regardless of their objectives and economic impacts.

Economic History

FROM MORE TO BETTER: WHAT ART TEACHES US ABOUT QUALITY

Erwin Dekker

Products are more and more differentiated, and qualitative differences between products are ever more important. What does that imply for the way we study markets? 1,076 more words

Cultural Economics

Creative Industries, Creative Class, and the Effects on Urban Economic Growth

I recently read an article by Erik Stam, Jeroen P.J. de Jong, and Gerard Marlet called “Creative Industries in the Netherlands: Structure, Development, Innovativeness and Effects of Urban Growth.” Part of their research documented in this article looks at the effects of the creative industries and the creative class on innovation and urban economic growth. 508 more words

Economic Development

MULTI-PLATFORM MEDIA: HAS DIGITIZATION REALLY GIVEN US MORE FOR LESS?

Gillian Doyle

Nowadays more content is accessible, in more formats, on more devices, for more people than ever before. But, as media companies make the journey from being single sector to digital multi-platform suppliers of content, 851 more words

Cultural Economics