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Abstract This article offers an exploratory discussion of two cultural policy concepts and traditions: cultural democracy in the UK and cultural equity in the US. We explore what the concepts share, how they have been shaped by their cultural policy traditions, and how they yield value for...
Abstract Exploring sources of inefficiency is an important issue for opera houses that are publicly regulated and run chiefly via public funding. Using data from German and Italian opera houses, in this article we use an approach based on data envelopment analysis (DEA) methodology to evaluate...
Abstract This study aimed to explore the educational status of entrepreneurship education within tertiary arts education and examine the perspectives of arts experts (educators, managers, entrepreneurs, etc.) regarding the needs of students in arts institutions in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) of...
Abstract This paper explores the interactions and cooperation between public-sector, business-sector, and civil-society stakeholders in developing British film policy for educational and cultural purposes. In particular, this paper adopts the Advocacy Coalition Framework to explain why and how...
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