The Economics of Art Museums
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Chapters in this book:
- Introduction to "The Economics of Art Museums" , pp 1-12
- Martin Feldstein
- The Museum's Collection , pp 13-34
- Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., Julia Brown Turrell, Jay E. Cantor and John Walsh
- The Museum and the Public , pp 35-60
- Anne d'Harnoncourt, Paul J. DiMaggio, Marilyn Perry and James N. Wood
- Museum Finances , pp 61-90
- Harry S. Parker, III, Thomas Krens, William H. Luers and Neil Rudenstine
- The Museum and the Government , pp 91-106
- Andrew Oliver, Anne Hawley and Sir John Hale
- General Overview , pp 107-128
- Carter Brown J., Richard E. Oldenburg, Harold M. Williams and Roger G. Kennedy
- Art Museums in the United States: A Financial Portrait , pp 129-178
- Richard N. Rosett
- An Economic History of American Art Museums , pp 179-194
- Peter Temin
- Tax Policy Toward Art Museums , pp 195-236
- Don Fullerton
- Government Policy Toward Art Museums in the United States , pp 237-270
- Charles Clotfelter
- Government Policy and Art Museums in the United Kingdom , pp 271-326
- Rosemary Clarke
- Marketing of Art Museums , pp 327-346
- Robert C. Blattberg and Cynthia J. Broderick
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