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The Economics of Cultural Policy (Paperback)

Author: Throsby, C. D.

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`As is to be expected of this leading writer on the economics of the arts, this book is yet another valuable contribution. It covers areas not previously well trodden and covers a subject of vital importance for the flourishing of the arts. Well written, as pieces by Throsby always are, it will add to the enjoyment as well as knowledge and understanding of its readers.' William J. Baumol, Harold Price Professor of Entrepreneurship, Leonard N. stern school of Business, New York university

`David Throsby has again met the challenge of making cultural economics accessible to non-specialists while maintaining the interest of more specialised readers. His summaries of the various theories and their application to cultural policy could not be bettered and demonstrate his thorough understanding of both. I can recommend the book to everyone concerned with cultural economics and with cultural policy. Ruth Towse, professor of Economics of creative industries, Bournemouth university, and Professor Emerita, Erasmus university Rotterdam

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Publisher Cambridge Univ Pr
Mfg Part# 9780521687843
SKU 213771894
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0521687845
Release Date 7/1/2010
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0277
Publisher Cambridge University Press
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