מדיניות או תרבות?

الثقافة أم السياسة؟

Culture or Policy?

15-16.9

2020

Articles and studies

Cultural Policy - Why Us?

Harel Fischer, Edna. (2020). Statehood in cultural policy. Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute.

Bell, D., & Oakley, K. (2017). Cultural policy. London & New York: Routledge

Ivey, B. (2008). Arts, Inc.: How greed and neglect have destroyed our cultural rights. Berekley and Los Angeles: University of California Press

Mulcahy, K. V. (2006). Cultural policy: Definitions and theoretical approaches. The journal of arts management, law, and society, 35(4), 319-330

Feder, Tel. (2019). Freedom of funding, need for funding or necessity of funding: public funding of culture and the arts. Organizational Analysis, 25, 15-32.

The principle of distance and its application - freedom of cultural expression and multiculturalism

Chartrand, H. H., & McCaughey, C. (1989). The arm’s length principle and the arts: an international perspective–past, present and future. Who’s to Pay for the Arts, 43-80

Kristóf, L. (2017). Cultural Policy in an Illiberal State. A Case Study of Hungary after 2010. Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics, 3(3), 126-147

Alexander, V. D. (2018). Heteronomy in the arts field: state funding and British arts organizations. The British journal of sociology, 69(1), 23-43

Cultural economy and the public value of culture

Breznitz, S. M., & Noonan, D. S. (2020). Crowdfunding in a not-so-flat world. Journal of Economic Geography

Brooks, A. C. (2000). Public subsidies and charitable giving: Crowding out, crowding in, or both?. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 19(3), 451-464

Throsby, D. (2001). Economics and culture. UK: Cambridge university press

Throsby, D. (2010). The economics of cultural policy. UK: Cambridge University Press

In practice: regional cultural policy and sharing processes

Kangas, A., Duxbury, N., & De Beukelaer, C. (Eds.). (2019). Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development. Routledge

What's next - towards a state cultural policy - contains, is sustainable and is constantly renewed

Feder, T., & Katz-Gerro, T. (2012). Who benefits from public funding of the performing arts? Comparing the art provision and the hegemony–distinction approaches. Poetics, 40(4), 359-381

Arieli, d. (2008). Art and Tyranny: Avant-Garde and Art Recruited in Totalitarian Regimes, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press.