Association for Cultural Economics International
The Association for
Cultural Economics International (ACEI) will hold
its 18th International Conference of ACEI at the École des sciences de
la gestion de l'Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG-UQAM) in Montreal,
Canada next June 24-27, 2014. Information about the host university,
the conference, the social program and other issues that may be useful
can be found on the ACEI 2014
Abstract submission deadline: January 31, 2014.
Final date of acceptance of the paper: February 15, 2014
Deadline for provision of complete drafts of accepted papers: June 1, 2014
Abstract submissions are being accepted for
research covering all areas related to the Economics of Culture and can
be submitted through the conference website.
Important criteria for the reviewing committee
a) relevant connection with the themes of cultural economics (economics of the arts, creative industries, cultural heritage, creative economy, creative cities, intellectual property rights, artistic labor markets, craftsmanship, cultural organizations, cultural capital, valorization of artistic values, financing the arts, supporting the arts, governmental support of the arts, the values of art/creativity for businesses and the like)
b) scientific merit
c) relevance for ongoing research in cultural economics.
The International Conference will feature a program of invited plenary sessions grouped around the theme of Connecting Conversations. Researchers in other fields, as well as representatives of the cultural sector, such as arts administrators and government officials, will be invited to share their research and findings on the interactions between the practices of the cultural sector and economic analysis.All scholars, business practitioners, consultants and policy-maker with an interest on the economics of culture and the creative industries are encouraged to attend ACEI conferences.
The ACEI awards regular prizes and creates Honorary Fellows from time to time.
The prize is awarded to the paper published in the Journal of Cultural Economics in the 2 volumes preceding the biennial conference that is judged to be best. The winner receives a prize of US$1,000. The procedures are currently under review.
See History page for details of previous prize winners, workshops and symposia.