Journal summary: The Journal of Cultural Economics 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. Papers are published dealing with the theoretical development of cultural economics as a subject, the application of economic analysis and econometrics to the field of culture, and the economic aspects of cultural policy.
Publisher: Springer in association with the Association for Cultural Economics International
Access: Subscription; some open-access
Journal type: Academic peer-reviewed
The next seminar in the Spring series will be led by Kate Clark, an international Visiting Fellow with us at UCS, based currently in the New South Wales Government, Australia.
Kate is a museum director and heritage manager, with a special interest in concepts of value and how they inform decision-making in heritage. She has worked in with Sydney Living Museums, the Heritage Lottery Fund, English Heritage and Ironbridge Gorge Museums, and has written about heritage policy, public value, significance, sustaining heritage and industrial archaeology, as well as museum practice.
Kate’s workshop will range widely across ideas about cultural heritage and its value to communities, the economy, environment and society, using techniques she has developed in working with community groups. It will touch on the recent museum branding work she has done with Sydney Living Museums.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday (not the normal day!), at 4.30pm at the Waterfront Building, UCS Ipswich campus. As ever, please register with Julie Barber if you’d like to attend. Email: email@example.com