Young Researchers Workshop


Young Researchers Workshop: Tuesday, 27 June 2023

All Young Researcher Workshop sessions will take place in the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at 1315 E 10th St, Bloomington, IN 47405. See session details below.

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Young Researchers Workshop Schedule

8:00 am
Breakfast & Registration

O’Neill First Floor Commons, 10th Street Entrance - Check-In
O’Neill Second Floor Atrium - Breakfast

Please enter the O'Neill School via the front 10th Street Entrance to receive your name badge at check-in. Check-in will be open 8:00am - 4pm daily.

9:00 am
Keynote: Michael Rushton
, Professor, O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA

"The place of equality in public funding for the arts"

Location: O'Neill Room A201

10:00 amParallel A
11:00 amParallel B
12:00 pmLunch - O'Neill Second Floor Atrium
1:00 pmParallel C
2:00 pmParallel D
3:00 pm
Roundtable, Young Researchers Workshop

Panel: Why I like cultural economics

Trine Bille, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark 

Michael Hutter, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany

Carolina dalla Chiesa, Erasmus Rotterdam University, Netherlands

Aleksandra Wiśniewska, Warsaw University, Poland

Chair: Doug Noonan, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

Location: O'Neill First Floor Commons

Session and Presenter Details

Parallel A | 10:00am - 11:00am

Session A2: Digitization and Innovation - O'Neill Room A223

Jordi McKenzie

Promoting music through user-generated content – TikTok effect on music streaming
Satia Rożynek, Wojciech Hardy, Michał Paliński, and Sophia Gaenssle

What is personalization worth for Netflix users?

Michał Paliński, Bartosz Jusypenko, Wojciech Hardy, and Satia Rożynek

Parallel B | 11:00am - 12:00pm

Session B2: Cultural Industries - O'Neill Room A223

Marta Zieba & Chiara dalle Nogare

The work adaptation strategies of South African freelance cultural and creative workers to COVID-19
Fiona Drummond

The Sound of Nepotism: Artistic Prominence, Productivity and Nepotism among Composers
Martin Hørlyk Kristensen and Karol J. Borowiecki

Parallel C | 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Session C1: Valuing the Arts II - O'Neill Room A221

Andrea Baldin

The creative craft context: how to shape an appreciative creative crafts culture
Marleen Hofland-Mol

How to measure the value of a cultural landscape: the Oporto European capital of culture urban requalification plan

João da Silva and Lígia C. Pinto

Valuing culture through monetary scales and time spent: A comparison for estimating the value of an archaeological heritage site.
Fátima Espinosa

Parallel D | 2:00pm - 3:00pm