The Journal of Cultural Economics is published in cooperation with The Association for Cultural Economics. It applies economic analysis to all of the creative and performing arts and the heritage and cultural industries, whether publicly or privately funded. Furthermore, the journal explores the economic organization of the cultural sector and the behavior of producers, consumers, and governments within the cultural sector.
Working class prefers comedy and the intellectual class goes for drama
A study enjoying Spanish participation has analysed the theatre demand of society according to the socioeconomic status of the different types of the viewing public. The results were that the theatre is not ...
Aug 24, 2012
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