Cultural economics: the arts, the heritage and the media industries / edited by Ruth Towse

Towse, Ruth [ed.].
ISBN: 1858983835 (o.c.).Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, cop. 1997Description: 2 v. (xxi, 603; xi, 769 p.).Series: The International library of critical writings in economics: 80
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Vol.1. -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction by the editor -- Part 1. Overture: 1. Bruno S. Frey and Werner W. Pommerehne (1989), 'Art: The Economic Perspective', Muses and Markets: Explorations in the Economics of the Arts (…) ; 2. Bruno S. Frey (1994), 'Art: The Economic Point of View', in Alan Peacock, Ilde Rizzo (eds), Cultural Economics and Cultural Policies (…) ; 3. David Throsby (1994), 'The Production and Consumption of the Arts: A View of Cultural Economics', Journal of Economic Literature (…) ; Part II. Tastes and Taste Formation: 4. M.S. McPherson (1987), 'Changes in Tastes', in John Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman (eds), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics (…) ; 5. Tibor Scitovsky (1976), 'Our Disdain for Culture' [amended] and 'What's Wrong with Mass Production', The Joyless Economy (…) ; 6. George J. Stigler and Gary S. Becker (1977), 'De Gustibus Non Est Disputandum', American Economic Review (…) ; 7. Edwin G. West and Michael McKee (1983), 'De Gustibus Est Disputandum: The Phenomenon of "Merit Wants" Revisited', American Economic Review (…) ; 8. Tyler Cowen (1989), 'Are All Tastes Constant and Identical? A Critique of Stigler and Becker', Journal the Economic Behavior and Organisation (…) ; 9. Roger A. McCain (1981), 'Cultivation of Taste, Catastrophe Theory, and the Demand for Works of Art', American Economic Review (…) ; 10. Laura C. Dobson and Edwin G. West (1988), 'Performing Arts Subsidies and Future Generations', in Harry Hillman Chartrand, William S. Hendon and Claire McCaughey (eds), Cultural Economics 88: A Canadian Perspective (…) ; 11. R. H. Coase (1979), 'Payola in Radio and Television Broadcasting', Journal the Law and Economics (…) -- Part III. Demand Studies: 12. W. M. Gorman and G. D. Myles (1987), 'Characteristics', in John Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman (eds), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics (…) ; 13. Glenn A. Withers (1980), 'Unbalanced Growth and the Demand for Performing Arts: An Econometric Analysis', Southern Economic Journal (…) ; 14. James H. Gapinski (1986), 'The Lively Arts As Substitutes for the Lively Arts', American Economic Review (…) ; 15. Samuel Cameron (1990), 'The Demand for Cinema in the United Kingdom', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 16. C.D. Throsby (1990), 'Perception of Quality in Demand for the Theatre', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 17. Victoria Dickenson (1992), 'Museum Visitor Surveys: An Overview, 1930-1990', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) -- Part IV. Supply: the Performing Arts: 18. James H. Gapinski (1980), 'The Production of Culture', Review of Economics and Statistics (…) ; 19. Steven Globerman and Sam H. Book (1974), 'Statistical Cost Functions for Performing Arts Organizations', Southern Economic Journal (…) ; 20. Alan Peacock (1976), 'The "Output" of the London Orchestras, 1966-75', The Musical Times (…) ; 21. Mark Blaug (1978), 'Why Are Covent Garden Seat Prices So High?', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 22. René Goudriaan and Evert Pommer (1987), 'Productivity Trends in the Subsidized Performing Arts' , in N. Grant, W. Hendon and V. Owen (eds), Economic Efficiency in the Performing Arts (…) ; 23. Charles M. Gray (1992), 'Art Costs and Subsidies: The Case of Norwegian Performing Arts', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) -- Part V. Supply: Museums and the Heritage: 24. Lord Robbins (1971), 'Unsettled Questions in the Political Economy of the Arts', Three Banks Review (…) ; 25. Alan Peacock and Christine Godfrey (1974), 'The Economics of Museums and Galleries', Lloyds Bank Review (…) ; 26. Bruno S. Frey (1994), 'Cultural Economics and Museum Behaviour', Scottish Journal of Political Economy (…) ; 27. Alan Peacock (1994), 'A Future for the Past: The Political Economy of Heritage', Proceedings of the British Academy (…) -- Part VI. Supply: The Media Industries: 28. R. H. Coase (1966), 'The Economics of Broadcasting and Government Policy', American Economic Review (…) ; 29. Alan Peacock (1986), Making Sense of Broadcasting Finance, University of Stirling (…) ; 30. Glenn A. Withers (1983), 'The Cultural Influence of Public Television', in J. Shanahan, W. Hendon, l. Hilhorst and J. van Straalen (eds), Markets for the Arts (…) ; 31. Keith Acheson and Christopher J. Maule (1994), 'International Regimes for Trade, Investment, and Labour Mobility in the Cultural Industries', Canadian Journal of Communication (…) -- Part VII. The Art Market: 32. Bruno S. Frey and Reiner Eichenberger (1995), 'On the Return of Art Investment Return Analyses', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 33. Orley Ashenfelter (1989), 'How Auctions Work for Wine and Art', Journal of Economic Perspectives (…) ; 34. Martin Salamon (1992), 'Auction of Works of Art' , in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) ; 35. Friederich Schneider and Werner W. Pommerehne (1983), 'Analyzing the Market of Works of Contemporary Fine Arts: An Exploratory Study', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 36. William J. Baumol (1986), 'Unnatural Value: Or Art Investment as Floating Crap Game', American Economic Review (…) ; 37. Bruno S. Frey and Werner W. Pommerehne (1987), 'International Trade in Art: Attitudes and Behaviour', Rivista Internazjonale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali (…) ; 38. James E. Pesando (1993), 'Art as an Investment: The Market for Modern Prints', American Economic Review (…) ; 39. Simon Rottenberg (1975), 'The Remuneration of Artists', in G. Tullock (ed), Frontiers of Economics, (…) -- Name lndex

Vol. II. -- Acknowledgements -- An Introduction by the editor to both volumes appears in Volume 1 -- Part 1. Economic History of the Arts: 1. Mary l. Oates and William J. Baumol (1972), 'On the Economics of the Theater in Renaissance London', Swedish Journal of Economics (…) ; 2. Cyril Ehrlich (1980), 'Profession or Job? Musicians in Late Nineteenth Century Britain', in William S. Hendon, James L. Shanahan and Alice J. MacDonald (eds), Economic Policy for the Arts, (…) ; 3. John Rosselli (1989), 'From Princely Service to the Open Market: Singers of Italian Opera and their Patrons, 1600-1850', Cambridge Opera Journal (…) ; 4. J. M. Montias (1979), 'Statistical Evidence on the Economic Status of Artists and Artisans in Delft in the 17th Century', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 5. Neil De Marchi (1995), 'The Role of Dutch Auctions and Lotteries in Shaping the Art Market(s) of 17th Century Holland', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (…) ; 6. William J. Baumol and Hilda Baumol (1994), 'On the Economics of Musical Composition in Mozart's Vienna', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 7. R. H. Coase (1959), 'The Federal Communications Commission', Journal of Law and Economics (…) -- Part II. Artists' Labour Markets: 8. Sherwin Rosen (1981), 'The Economics of Superstars', American Economic Review (…) ; 9. Moshe Adler (1985), 'Stardom and Talent', American Economic Review (…) ; 10. Olen M. MacDonald (1988), 'The Economics of Rising Stars', American Economic Review (…) ; 11. Ruth Towse (1992), 'The Earnings of Singers: An Economic Analysis', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) ; 12. Randall K. Filer (1986), 'The "Starving Artist" - Myth or Reality? Earnings of Artists in the United States', Journal of Political Economy (…) ; 13. Gregory H. Waasall and Neil O. Alper (1992), 'Toward a Unified Theory of the Determinants of the Earnings of Artists', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) ; 14. David Throsby (1992), 'Artists as Workers', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) ; 15. Glenn Withers (1985), 'Artists' Subsidy of the Arts', Australian Economic Papers (…) ; 16. Edward M. McNertney and C. Richard Waits (1988), 'The Incomes of Cultural Providers: A Review of Current Research', in D. Shaw, W. Hendon and V. Owen (eds), Cultural Economics 88: An American Perspective (…) -- Part III. Baumol's Cost Disease: 17. William J. Baumol (1987), 'Performing Arts', in John Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman (eds), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics (…) ; 18. Hilda Baumol and William J. Baumol (1980), 'On Finances of the Performing Arts During Stagflation: Some Recent Data', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 19. Hilda Baumol and William J. Baumol (1984). 'The Mass Media and the Cost Disease', in William S. Hendon, Douglas V. Shaw and Nancy K. Grant (eds), Economics of Cultural Industries (…) ; 20. Alan Peacock and Eddie Shoesmith and Geoffrey Millner (1982), 'Measuring the Extent of Cost Inflation', 'The Study's Main Results' and 'Conclusions and Recommendations', in Inflation and the Performed Arts (…) ; 21. Samuel Schwarz (1986), 'Long-Term Adjustments in Performing Arts Expenditures', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 22. Tyler Cowen and Robin Grier (1996), 'Do Artists Suffer from A Cost-Disease?', Rationality and Society (…) -- Part IV. Non Profit Organizations in the Arts: 23. Henry Hansmann (1981), 'Nonprofit Enterprise in the Performing Arts', Bell Journal of Economics (…) ; 24. Edwin G. West (1987), 'Nonprofit Versus Profit Firms in the Performing Arts', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 25. James Heilbrun (1988), 'Nonprofit Versus Profit-Making Firms: A Comment', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 26. Edwin G. West (1988), 'Government Grants to Nonprofit Firms: Still Searching for the Rationale', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 27. Bruce A. Seaman (1985), 'Price Discrimination in the Arts', in Virginia Lee Owen and William S. Hendon (eds), Managerial Economics for the Arts (…) ; 28. Dick Netzer (1992), 'Arts and Culture', in Charles T. Clotfelter (ed), Who Benefits from the Nonprofit Sector? (…) ; 29. Bruno S. Frey and Werner W. Pommerehne (1990), 'A Comparative Institutional Analysis in the Arts: The Theater', in Michael Hechter, Karl-Dieter Opp and Reinhard Wippler (eds), Social Institutions: Their Emergence, Maintenance and Effects, (…) -- Part V. Public Subsidy for the Arts: Why? Theoretical Arguments: 30. Alan Peacock (1969), 'Welfare Economics and Public Subsidies 10 the Arts', Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies (…) ; 31. David Cwi (1980), 'Public Support of the Arts: Three Arguments Examined', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 32. Hans Abbing (1980), 'On the Rationale of Public Support 10 the Arts: Externalities in the Arts Revisited', in William S. Hendon, James L. Shanahan and Alice J. MacDonald (eds), Economic Policy for the Arts (…) ; 33. Alan Peacock (1992), 'Economics, Cultural Values and Cultural Policies', in Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee (eds), Cultural Economics (…) ; 34. Don Fullerton (1991), 'On Justifications for Public Support of the Arts', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) -- Part VI. Public Subsidy for the Arts: How Mulch? : 35. David Throsby and Glenn Withers (1985), 'What Price Culture?', Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 36. C. D. Throsby and Glenn A. Withers (1986), 'Strategic Bias and Demand for Public Goods: Theory and an Application to the Arts', Journal of Public Economics (…) ; 37. Friedrich Schneider and Werner W. Pommerehne (1983), 'Private Demand for Public Subsidies to the Arts: A Study in Voting and Expenditure Theory', in William S. Hendon and James L. Shanahan (eds), Economics of Cultural Decisions (…) ; 38. William G. Morrison and Edwin G. West (1986), 'Subsidies for the Performing Arts: Evidence on Voter Preference', Journal of Behavioral Economics (…) -- Part VII. Public Subsidy for the Arts: How? Means to Achieve the Ends: 39. Edwin G. West (1986), 'Arts Vouchers to Replace Grants', Economic Affairs (…) ; 40. William D. Grampp (1986/87), 'Should me Arts Support Themselves?' and Edwin G. West, 'Rejoinder', Economic Affairs (…) ; 41. Werner W. Pommerehne and Bruno S. Frey (1990), 'Public Promotion of the Arts: A Survey of Means’, Journal of Cultural Economics (…) ; 42. Ruth Towse (1994), 'Achieving Public Policy Objectives in the Arts and Heritage', in Alan Peacock and Ilde Rizzo (eds), Cultural Economics and Cultural Policies (…) -- Part VIII. Economic Impact of the Arts: 43. Bruce A. Seaman (1987), 'Arts Impact Studies: A Fashionable Excess', Economic Impact of the Arts: A Sourcebook (…) -- Name Index

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