Funding the Arts and Culture in the EU

Date:zondag 27 mei 2007
Category:Scientific publications

Funding the Arts and Culture in the EU”, with L. Petrova and A. Mignosa, Journal of Cultural Economics, 5 (4), 2007


This paper analyses the various sources of financing culture in Europe. It focuses not so much on the need and content of a European cultural policy as on the conditions necessary to conduct such a policy. Our concern lies particularly in the availability of financial data on public and private financing of the arts and culture. The main objective is that of focusing on the relationship among the public and private sectors that financially support the arts and culture and, especially, on the reciprocal influence that they can have. The analysis is both qualitative and quantitative. To best illustrate how culture is financed, the study explains data (where possible) in a wide cultural policy frame, including the analysis of policy priorities, decision-making patterns and administrative organisation.

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