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by William J Baumol

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  • ISBN 0527028134
  • ISBN13 978-0527028138
  • Language English
  • Author William J Baumol
  • Publisher Periodicals Service Co (June 1, 1977)
  • Pages 582
  • Formats lrf txt mobi azw
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1690 kb
  • Size Fb2 1167 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
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This book is recommended to all performing art ement students, faculty and management bodies in. .

This book is recommended to all performing art ement students, faculty and management bodies in such fields. The chapter talking about income gap is really pin-point and helpful when dealing with management issues in such institutions. 6 people found this helpful.

Performing Arts-The Economic Dilemma: A Study of Problems Common to Theater, Opera, Music and Dance. 0751201065 (ISBN13: 9780751201062).

Baumol, William J; Bowen, William . joint author. New York, Twentieth Century Fund. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

This classic study provides an extensive analysis of the major economic attributes of the performing arts: audience . William Jack Baumol was born in the South Bronx, New York on February 22, 1922.

This classic study provides an extensive analysis of the major economic attributes of the performing arts: audience composition, costs, income, organizational structure and remuneration of performers. The authors cleady demonstrate why the cost per performance and per attendance has always risen faster than the economy's rate of inflation, and indicate this situation is unlikely to change in the future. He served in the Army during World War II and got a job at the Agriculture Department, where he worked on allocating grain supplies to starving countries.

In short, the economics of the performing arts in this expanded sense is also a study of market mechanisms - how things are, what .

In short, the economics of the performing arts in this expanded sense is also a study of market mechanisms - how things are, what they are, and how they come to be that way. But the idealism of the new artistic frontier of America, both performing and visual, should not be dissipated by the strictures of existing legal concepts intended for an earlier period when the arts were peripheral.

William J. Baumol,William G. Bowen Zobrazení fragmentů - 1966. activity actors adjusted gross income admissions American amount annual Appendix Table Art Form Arts Audience Arts Council Average Number Ballet basic box office Broadway theater calculated cent Center chapter commercial theater consumer price index cost per concert cost per performance Covent Garden cultural dancers decline dollar earned income economic estimate expensive figures formance Foundation frequency of attendance grants graph growth rates Income Class.

Performing arts by Baumol, William . William J Baumol, William G. Bowen, June 1977 .

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Performing Arts, The Economic Dilemma: a study of problems common to theater, opera, music, and dance. Charles Hugh Smith (December 11, 2010). America's Economic Malady: A Bad Case of 'Baumol's Disease'". Archived from the original on December 17, 2010.

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Quellik
delivered as promised quickly
Anararius
This book is recommended to all performing art administration/management students, faculty and management bodies in such fields. The chapter talking about income gap is really pin-point and helpful when dealing with management issues in such institutions.
Keel
The core of economic theory for the performing arts.
Brajind
Baumol and Bowen made this 1966 book (now in reprint) the first and still most thorough treatment of the economics of cultural nonprofits in the US. I have sought data on the field, and all current analysis points back to Baumol: both their analysis of the impact of rising prices on nonprofits and the original research that they so carefully document.