The Cultural Economics Online Seminar (CEOS) is intended to provide a forum for researchers worldwide to present their work in cultural economics and related areas. It will represent emerging through to well established scholars, showcasing a wide variety of research within cultural economics broadly defined in terms of both topic and method.
The seminar will take place biweekly and with presentations throughout the year.
Details of Upcoming Presentation:
Seminar 8: Do museums foster innovation through engagement with the cultural and creative industries?
Presenters: Chiara Dalle Nogare and Monika Murzyn‐Kupisz
Discussant: Enrico Bertacchini
Abstract: The recent narrative on museums as catalysts of innovation and growth considers their relations with other cultural and creative industries (CCIs) to be very impor- tant. We argue that most relations museums establish with CCI firms and institutions are unlikely to produce strong positive externalities that make the latter more inno- vative. To prove this claim, we propose a conceptual framework qualifying project- based and supply chain relations between museums and CCIs as either strong, mod- erate, or weak links, according to their potential in terms of knowledge spillovers from museums to CCIs. We apply this taxonomy to data collected from 261 Polish museums. Our findings indicate that strong links are outnumbered by moderate and weak ones. We then suggest that the traditional missions of museums, in particular education and conservation, need to be more thoroughly assessed in terms of their direct and indirect contributions in order to fully capture the impact of museums on innovation in the wider economy.
Date: 22 June
Time: 16 hrs CET for time zone converter click here.
Zoom Meeting ID: 990 2715 3886
Recordings of Previous Presentations:
Seminar 2: Attribution Stigma and Contagion: How did the art auction market react to Australian ‘Black art scandals’? (Presenter: Tim Fry)
Seminar 3: Artists’ Labour Market and Gender: Evidence from German visual artists (Presenters: Maria Marchenko and Hendrik Sonnabend)
Seminar 4: Ex-post econometric verification of the economic effects of the Venice carnival (Presenter: Andrej Srakar)
Seminar 5: On the road again: Live music in the digital age (Presenter: Christian Peukert, HEC Lausanne (Faculty of Business and Economics at University of Lausanne) (joint work with Jörg Claussen and Franziska Kaiser )
Seminar 6: Estimating losses in cultural assets and cultural activities following the Fundão Dam rupture in Mariana, Minas Gerais, Brazil (Presenter: Nina Faria, for work authored by Ana Flávia Machado, Sibelle Cornélio Diniz, Júlia M. N. Dias, Jonas Henrique, Nina F. Faria and Vinicius Hosken)
Seminar 7 : Music, networks and technology in urban outskirts: technological impacts on rap production at south of São Paulo (Presenter: Rodrigo Cavalcante Michel)
About the CEOS Series
CEOS Seminar is an initiative, originally proposed by the editors of EconomistsTalkArt.org blog and taking place in the framework of the Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI).
The Organizational Committee consists of:
Andrej Srakar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Trilce Navarrete-Hernandez, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Bronwyn Coate, RMIT University Melbourne, Australia and Executive Secretary-Treasurer, ACEI
Ana Flávia Machado, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Anna Mignosa, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands and University of Catania, Italy
Andrea Baldin, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Douglas Noonan, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
Erwin Dekker, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Jeanette Snowball, Rhodes University, South Africa
Karol Jan Borowiecki, Southern Denmark University, Odense, Denmark
Kazuko Goto, Setsunan University, Osaka, Japan
Ruth Rentschler, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Trine Bille, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, President, ACEI