Dance Participation and Attendance in Denmark
Karol Borowiecki () and
Catarina Marvao ()
No AWP-01-2015, ACEI Working Paper Series from Association for Cultural Economics International
Dancing may be one of the most competitive professions availabl career-wise. The lack of job opportunities and the competitiveness, the inherent expense in costumes and training and the high risk of injuries mean that only few dancers are able to make it their profession. However, dancing is an activity that comes with positive externalities, as various socioeconomic benefits are experienced by those who practice dance non-professionally. Despite the importance of dancing, very little is known with respect to the profiles of dancers. This paper, by availing of an information database on cultural preferences and habits in Denmark for 2004, illustrates the profiles of dancers and dance audiences and so deepens the current knowledge on the functioning of the dance market. We show that there exists a very strong positive correlation between cultural participation and the well-being of a society. These links are carefully described in the paper.
Keywords: Cultural consumption; Book markets; Cultural policy; Value added tax; fiscal policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H21 H31 I30 K34 Z11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 19 pages
Date: 2015-04, Revised 2015-04
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