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cultural economics

theoretical research & empirical research

beatrice luo

on 15 May 2013

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Theoretical Research Empirical Research cultural economics Superstars Globalization Competition Creativity Television Broadcasting Equity Diversity concentration innovation, competition, industry structure narrative globalization monopoly competition, creativity other field Makowski2001 Cultural goods Copyrights International trade trade policy privacy innovation cultural policy(narrative) Music Effectiveness of Copyrights chinese viewers copyrights Artist cultural economics economics theory culture economics technology change sports economics regional development define, quantify creativity management measurement of creativity artistic innovation organization cultural capital education cultural capital growth cultural goods production cultural atmosphere education consumption cultural city class distinction rational addiction consumption price consumption capital
learning by doing cultural cluster cultural policy rational addiction cultural diversity international trade 1. protectionism 2. ...... 3. different argument measurement R&D Activities one of the economical performance cultural goods should be treated differently? rural revitalization(可以再看) consumption capital cultivation of taste game theory endogenous preference bounded rationality McCain 1995 Learning-by-consuming demand demand of art, cultural goods Growth inter-temporally dependent preference quality price judgement empirical cinema rational addiction demand cultivation of taste ----preference habit formation animation&movie financial risk Geographic production demand quality information cascades revenue rank superstar theory working condition of animators market evolutionary process exhibition contract behavior(decision making) product differentiation film-programming literature review of movies(2012) microeconomics macroeconomics demand and uncertainty the role of stars the role of critics and reviews the role of awards and award nominations the role of ratings and genres Production distribution exhibition aggregate demand for cinema understanding audiences trade and industry structure copyright law and piracy content rules cultural industry definition risk and trust developing countries some understanding contract between art and commerce in different countries a supply chain management perspective theory, industry, policy implication employment social network markets cultural entrepreneur british 北欧四国 competition policy GDP GDP, employment
national, sectoral, regional analysis the rest of economy the rest of economy welfare competition growth innovation cultural industry cultural niche small firm subsistence, size cultural identity cultural transmission subjective well-being individualistic culture creation evaluation of cultural goods
(travel time/contingent) policy museum policy sustainability heritage culture, economic development economics and culture里有creativity的述 cultural heritage public good evaluation trade cultural preference economics outcome preference trust music concert income employment welfare economics individualism growth habits consumption learning-by-consuming consumer choice experience: past consumption on current consumption consumption income, education artistic cultural expenditure of consumer consumption novels expert judgement demand expert judgement demand cultural capital word of mouth performing art inelastic demand art death price determine size of subsidy cultural policy performing arts institution state support, creativity narrative novel festival music festival: demand and supply determinant animation festival television festival cultural entrepreneurship cultural festival economic development audience of film festival city or cultural as identity gain from variety growth export globalization gain from variety learn-by-doing role of critics international trade in cultural goods WTO barrier cultural distance individual decision making/preference theater learning by consuming demand labor wage paid work preference newspaper competition diversity Genetic programming diversity, concentration, so on book market concentration level Media market diversity efficiency quality,price demand demand of art catastrophe theory Rembrandt`s Prints assess quality, originality assess:empirical motion picture critic power or star power intense competition in popular art perceived quality of movies demand in United Kingdom estimates in art auction concentration of success return rate of art modeling movie success video game creative resource(cartoon, animation) knowledge foundation Japanese video game industry Opera diversity decline in American TV international trade in the absence of Intellectual property protection public support efficiency:stochastic frontier approach theatrical box office DVD retail price determinant, genre effect corporate support artistic, cultural activities subsidy superstar qualified restaurant royalty income DVD(recorded entertainment) CDs popular music hardware sale sports(soccer) protectionism cultural exception? Case:French moives, Canadian magazine Consumer information from marketing point protection scale economy, raise welfare content protection broadcasting cultural content protection cost of protection cultural value dynamics of preference social capital tourism narrative: cultural economy----social capital tourists are more price insensitive cultural traits cultural transmission trade non-profit firm publishing measure diversity in French determinant of public cultural expenditure cultural expenditure quality demand preference identity economics outcome theoretical analysis consumption demand addiction habit formation endogenous preference cultivation of taste price consumption capital learning-by-consuming quality price words of month growth cultural transmission preference identity international trade cultural goods cultural capital cultural traits rationality
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