Cultural Economics: The State of the Art and Perspectives

@article{Seaman2021CulturalET,
  title={Cultural Economics: The State of the Art and Perspectives},
  author={Bruce A. Seaman},
  journal={Studies of Applied Economics},
  year={2021}
}
  • Bruce A. Seaman
  • Published 21 March 2021
  • Economics
  • Studies of Applied Economics
The intellectual development of cultural economics has exhibited some notable similarities to the challenges faced by researchers pioneering in other areas of economics. While this is not really surprising, previous reviews of this literature have not focused on such patterns. Specifically, the methodology and normative implications of the field of industrial organization and antitrust policy suggest a series of stages identified here as foundation, maturation, reevaluation, and backlash that… 

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