Bill Ivey is a folklorist and historian who served as the 7th chairman of the US National Endowment for the Arts. He was director of the Country Music Hall of Fame and founded Vanderbilt University's Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, Public Policy.
Boram Lee, PhD in Finance, is a Senior Lecturer in Arts and Cultural Management, University of South Australia. She is specialised in the field of accounting and finance with an emphasis on behavioural studies based on psychological approaches. BoramLearn more
Bronwyn is a cultural economist who uses uses techniques and approaches from behavioural economics. Key topics that her research explores include the role of gender in determining preferences for fine art, artists careers & creative entrepreneurshipLearn more
Cameron earned a dual PhD in economics and historical studies at the New School for Social Research in NYC in 2015, where he helped created the field exam in cultural economics.Learn more
Ph.D. from Harvard University and multidisciplinary artist. My music has been performed by MET Orchestra musicians and the OSM Symphony Orchestra. Published a Novel and 300 flash fictions (Spanish). Represented by Galeria Marstell as visual artist.Learn more
Associate professor of Applied Economics at University of Brescia. In 2018, country expert for Italy in the OECD research project: “Culture and local development: Maximising the impact.” Member of the editorial board of Tourism Economics.Learn more
Editor of the Journal of Cultural Economics, Professor at the University of FlorenceLearn more
Dr. Joanna Woronkowicz is an associate professor at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University where she is the co-founder and faculty director of the Center for Cultural Affairs and the co-director of the AEI Lab.Learn more
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Professor-researcher at the Department of Geography and Territorial Planning of the University of Guadalajara since 1994. PhD in Economics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM, 2010).
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Dr. Paulsen is currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at Commonwealth University of Pennsylvania - Bloomsburg. He studies labor market issues in the entertainment issues, with a focus on sports and the arts.Learn more
Assistant Professor (Junior) @ Department of Statistical Sciences, University of BolognaLearn more
Funder of studies of art economics group and website