EconomistsTalkArt.org goes on vacation

By The Editorial

EconomistsTalkArt.org has selected bi-weekly posts for the past four years for you to read leading research in cultural economics and related areas, including tax law, policy, and management. At Economists Talk Art you can find 84 posts covering the art market, book publishing, cultural and creative industries, heritage, film, museums, music and the performing arts. Posts discuss the business of arts, competition, participation, entrepreneurship, cultural diplomacy, and impact from all parts of the world. Is there a topic you miss? Is there an article you want to recommend? Do feel free to contact us with your ideas.

In accordance with the academic cycle, we will be on vacation until the next posts on 3 September 2019. We wish you a summer filled with cultural economics readings and, most of all, a lot of fun.

With best wishes,

The Editorial Team.

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