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.
Alper, N., Wassall, G., & Paulsen, R.J. (2023). Assessing the Role of Sexual Orientation in the U.S. Labor Market for Artists and Art Majors. American Behavioral Scientist.
Ateca-Amestoy, V., & Prieto-Rodriguez, J. (2023). Whether live or online, participation is unequal. Exploring inequality in the cultural participation patterns in the US. American Behavioral Scientist.
Burnill-Maier, C. (2023). 'Satellite Dependency': The problem of legitimating structures for localized arts and cultural policy. American Behavioral Scientist.
Cornfield, D.B., Herbolsheimer, C., & Bastian, S. (2023). In Pursuit of Cultural Equity: DEI Grantmaking Practices of U.S. Local Arts Agencies in Community Context. American Behavioral Scientist.
Chen, W., & Noonan, D.S. (2023). Sharing the Stage: Exploring Inequities in Resources for the Arts Across Funding Institutions. American Behavioral Scientist.
Woronkowicz, J. (2023). The Value of an Arts Degree: Career Success and Inequality. American Behavioral Scientist.
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.