Cultural Economics by Christiane Hellmanzik provides readers having little or no training in economic theory with a clear and stimulating introduction to the analytical framework used by economists, and to the insights that economic analysis can give to interpret and guide the decisions of private actors and policymakers in the cultural sector. The book demonstrates that economic analysis does not clash with culture; on the contrary, it supplies instruments fundamental to understand and evaluate the choices of the main stakeholders, as well as the reasons for success or failure in the art market, reasons that cannot be explained by artistic quality.

Christiane Hellmanzik: Cultural Economics. Agenda Publishing, 2020

Isidoro Mazza
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2021-01-01

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Cultural Economics by Christiane Hellmanzik provides readers having little or no training in economic theory with a clear and stimulating introduction to the analytical framework used by economists, and to the insights that economic analysis can give to interpret and guide the decisions of private actors and policymakers in the cultural sector. The book demonstrates that economic analysis does not clash with culture; on the contrary, it supplies instruments fundamental to understand and evaluate the choices of the main stakeholders, as well as the reasons for success or failure in the art market, reasons that cannot be explained by artistic quality.
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