Edited by Trine Bille, Anna Mignosa and Ruth Towse
Chapter 3: Cultural economics – in research and teaching
The research field of cultural economics has increased in scale and scope over the last 50 years. At most universities, research and teaching are closely connected as teaching is research based, and therefore it is worthwhile to take a closer look at both. In this chapter, the author gives her personal view on and experience with teaching and research in cultural economics and argues for an increasing interest in and acknowledgement of the field, both among students and in society at large. Furthermore, the author gives an example of how a concrete course in ‘Cultural Economics and Policy’ at Copenhagen Business School has been developed.
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