Part of #Economical aspects of artistic works and theatrical literature in Anglo-Saxon cultural system# :
Publishing year : 2015
Conference : Second Conference on Economics and Applied Management with a National Approach
Number of pages : 5
Abstract: Economics of the arts and literature or cultural economics is a branch of economics that studies the art of art and literary creation, distribution, and consumption consumption. For a long time the arts were confined to visual and performing arts in the Anglo-Saxon tradition. Usage has expanded since the beginning of the 1980s with the study of cultural industry (cinema and music publishing) and the culture of institutions (museums, libraries, historic buildings). This essay has tried its sections to analyze different models in measuring Cultural economics in the art and literature industry.