Economists’ Interest in Art and Culture. An International Perspective

Authors

  • Ana-Corina Dimitriu (Chișcareanu) Academy of Economic Studies
  • Gheorghe Hurduzeu Academy of Economic Studies

Keywords:

history of art economics; cultural economics; art and economics

Abstract

Art and culture contribute to the economic development of our society. The paper analysis
how economists perceived art and culture over time. When it was the moment when the economic
literature started writing the importance of the art and culture. The research started with reviewing the
specialist literature and updating with the recent interests manifested by the global organizations. The
conclusion is that the arts and culture play an important role in society and they became one of the
priorities of the international organizations.

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2021-08-13

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