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FINANCING CULTURE INSTITUTIONS IN EUROPEAN CONTEXT

Cezar Corneliu Manda, Cristina Elena Nicolescu and Dana Mortelmans
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Cezar Corneliu Manda: SNSPA, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest
Cristina Elena Nicolescu: SNSPA, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest
Dana Mortelmans: SNSPA, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Dana Mihaela Murgescu

SEA - Practical Application of Science, 2017, issue 13, 179-185

Abstract: The paper, on the coordinates of the analysis of the problematic of financing culture institutions within the European Union member states, performs a comparative analysis focused on the financing mechanism available to the cultural sector, created both at the level of the public, and of the private sector. For the comparative analysis, the paper selected several EU member states, grouped on four geographical areas (North, South, East and Center). The analysis performed in the paper emphasized that most EU member states make significant efforts to finance the cultural sector, but the effects of the economic crisis have had a negative impact on this financing, causing, from this perspective, a gap between the states in the north and center of the EU, on the one hand, and the states in the south and east of the EU, on the other hand and outlining a cultural Europe with two peripheries.

Keywords: EU; Cultural sector; Financing mechanisms; Economic-financial crisis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Z10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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