This is a collection special volumes that have come out of CCA symposia and research conferences. Also included are book series and other editorial publications from CCA faculty directors.
The Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation (AEI) Lab at the Center for Cultural Affairs invites proposals for papers to be written for a special issue on "Inequities in the Arts" for American Behavioral Scientist, as part of the AEI Lab's upcoming June 2022 symposium.
Journal of Cultural Economics | Arts, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2021)
*Woronkowicz, J. (2021) Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Journal of Cultural Economics
*Klingner, S., Miller, M., Becker, M., & Schumacher, F. (2021). Direct memberships in foreign copyright collecting societies as an entrepreneurial opportunity for music publishers – needs, challenges, opportunities and solutions. Journal of Cultural Economics.
Hoffmann, R., Coate, B., Chuah, S.-H., & Arenius, P. (2021). What Makes an Artrepreneur?. Journal of Cultural Economics.
Noonan, D. S., Breznitz, S. M., & Maqbool, S. (2021). Flocking to the crowd: Cultural entrepreneur mobility guided by homophily, market size, or amenities?. Journal of Cultural Economics.
*Whitaker, A. (2021). Economies of scope in artists’ incubator projects. Journal of Cultural Economics.
*Dalle Nogare, C. & Murzyn-Kupisz, M. (2021). Do museums foster innovation through engagement with the cultural and creative industries?. Journal of Cultural Economics.
*Snowball, J., Tarentaal, D. & Sapsed, J. (2021). Innovation and diversity in the digital cultural and creative industries. Journal of Cultural Economics.
Baldin, A. & Bille, T. (2021). Who is an artist? Heterogeneity and professionalism among visual artists. Journal of Cultural Economics.
Noonan, D.S. (2020). Arts and Cultural Entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics.
Paulsen, R.J., Alper, N., & Wassall, G. (2020). Arts majors as entrepreneurs and innovators. Small Business Economics.
Sherrod Hale, J. & Woronkowicz, J. (2020) Artists as Public Sector Intrapreneurs: An Experiment. Small Business Economics.
*Bürger, T. & Kleinert, S. (2020). Crowdfunding cultural and commercial entrepreneurs: an empirical study on motivation in distinct backer communities. Small Business Economics.
Noonan, D.S., Breznitz, S., & Maqbool S. (2020). Looking for a Change in Scene: Analyzing the Mobility of Crowdfunding Entrepreneurs. Small Business Economics.
Allen, J., Stevenson, R., & Wang, T. (2020). Creative and resourceful: How human, social, and psychological resources affect creative workers’ ability to rebound after failure. Small Business Economics.
Arenius, P., Chuah, SH., Coate, B., & Robert, H. (2020). The economic psychology of creating and venturing: a comparative behavioural portrait of artists and entrepreneurs. Small Business Economics.
Callander, A. & Cummings, M. (2020). Liminal spaces: A review of the art in entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurship in art. Small Business Economics.
*Archino, S., Lanier, M., & McClain, R. (2020). Reframing the Arts within the Liberal Arts Community. Artivate, 9(2), 5-18.
*Toscher, B. (2020). Blank Canvas. Artivate, 9(2), 19-44.
*Katre, A. (2020). Self-Directed Learning on the Runway to Crafts Entrepreneurship. Artivate, 9(2), 45-62.
*Herzig, M. (2020). Anyone Can Improvise. Artivate, 9(2), 63-75.
Cultural Economics & the Creative Economy (Book Series)
Dekker, E., Srakar, A., & Rushton, M. (Eds)
Cameron, S. (2020). An Economic Approach to the Plagiarism of Music. Palgrave Pivot.
*Selwood, S. (2019). Valedictory editorial. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 347-351.
*Rushton, M. & Woronkowicz, J. (2019). Creative industries in the United States: programme and policy evaluation in cultural affairs. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 352-353.
McGladrey, M. (2019). Re-envisioning media literacy education as feminist arts-activism. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 354-365.
Sherrod Hale, J. & Woronkowicz, J. (2019). Evaluating a university’s investment in arts programming on student arts participation. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 366-378.
Bowen, D. & Kisida, B. (2019). Arts education partnerships: sources of harmony and dissonance with cultural institutions’ collaborative efforts. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 379-390.
*Heidelberg, B. (2019). Evaluating equity: assessing diversity efforts through a social justice lens. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 391-403.
*Arikan, Y., Clark, T., & Noonan, D. (2019). The arts, Bohemian scenes, and income. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 404-416.
O'Brien, M. (2019). The audiovisual action plan: a new audiovisual policy for Ireland. Cultural Trends, 28(5), 417-428.