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Announcing Regional Workshops to Run in 2022

The ACEI is delighted to announce that in 2022 the following regional workshops will run.

European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics

The 10th European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics will be hosted by the University of Turin taking place in Turin, Italy. The dates are TBC but this is likely to be held around Sept 2022. The workshop is being organised by Enrico Bertacchini

North American Workshop on Cultural Economics

The 6th North American Workshop on Cultural Economics will again take place as a special stream at the Southern Economic Association Conference (SEA). The location and dates are TBC but this is likely to be held around November 2022. The workshop is being organised by Cameron Webber.

South American Workshop on Cultural Economics

The 3rd South American Workshop on Cultural Economics or III Iberoamerican Seminar on Cultural Economics (SIEC) will be held on 27 and 28 of June 2022, in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. This workshop is being organised by Ana Flavia Machado.  

Asian Workshop on Cultural Economics

The 6th Asian Workshop on Cultural Economics will be hosted by Singapore Management University in Singapore. The dates of the workshop are TBC. This workshop is being organised by Su Fern Hoe.

About the Regional Workshops

In the year between the main international conference for the Association, the ACEI sponsors a number of smaller Regional Workshops.

Regional workshops were initially held in Europe and North America but as the Association has grown workshops now also regularly feature in Asia and South America.

Registering Interest to Host a Regional Workshop

If you are interested in hosting a forthcoming regional workshop please contact the current ACEI Treasurer/Secretary Bronwyn Coate (bronwyn.coate@rmit.edu.au) for further information It is also encouraged that potential hosts flag their interest in hosting with the current President of the Association.

 

Previous Workshops

European Workshops on Applied Cultural Economics 

The Ninth European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics hosted by Copenhagen Business School and the University of Southern Denmark, Copenhagen, September 5-7, 2019.

The Third European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics was held in Oviedo, Spain, June 14-16, 2007.

North American Workshops

The Fifth North American Workshop on Cultural Economics held in conjunction with the Southern Economic Association (running as part of the Southern Economic Association Conference), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, November 23-25, 2019.

Asian Workshops

The Fifth Asian Workshop on Cultural Economics hosted by RMIT University, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, July 10-12, 2019.

South American Workshops

The Second South American Workshop on Cultural Economics hosted by the Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia,Chile, December 5-6, 2019.

Other ACEI Sponsored Workshops

The ACEI co-sponsored the International Conference on Copyright and Cultural Industries with Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands in 2000 (papers published in Towse, R. (ed.) 2002. Copyright in the Cultural Industries, Edward Elgar Publishing).

The ACEI co-sponsored a symposium on ‘Artists’ Career Development, Artists’ Labour Markets Support and Policies for Artists’ with the Japanese Association of Cultural Economists, Tokyo in 1999.

The ACEI co-sponsored a weekend conference on the Economics of Museums with the Department of Economics at the University of Durham, UK in 1998  (papers published in Journal of Cultural Economics Vol 22. Nos.2-3, 1998).

The ACEI co-sponsored the Workshop on the Economics of Artists and Art Policy with the Arts Council of Finland in Helsinki, Finland in 1997 (papers published in Heikkinen, M. and T. Koskinen (eds.) 1998. Economics of Artists and Arts Policy, Arts Council of Finland, Helsinki).

The ACEI co-sponsored the International Symposium on Economic Perspectives of Cultural Heritage with the University of Catania, Italy in 1995 (papers published in Hutter, M. and I. Rizzo (eds.) 1997. Economic Perspectives on Cultural Heritage, Macmillan).