SEARCH RESULTS FOR GLOBALIZATION IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 12 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Cornfield, Daniel B. PhD, Skaggs, Rachel E., Barna, Elizabeth K., Jordan, Megan L., and Robinson, Megan E.
Date of Publication: Jun 06, 2018
In this paper the authors document regional differences in the approaches taken by 55 major U.S. LAAs to the dual mission of pursuing cultural equity and civic engagement and assess the policy implications of the globalization thesis. In making this assessment, they present a university-community partnership (UCP) model for augmenting LAA pursuits of the dual equity-engagement mission.
Author(s): Cabrera, Rosa M.
Date of Publication: Jun 02, 2015
Excerpted from Arts & America: Arts, Culture, and the Future of America’s Communities. This essay looks at the role of arts in political activism and immigration over the next 10 to 15 years. The
Author(s): Weiping Wu
Date of Publication: Feb 11, 2005
The author focuses on how urban policies and the clustering of creative industries has influenced urban outcomes. The set of creative industries include those with output protectable under some form of intellectual property law. More specifically, this sub-sector encompasses software, multimedia, video games, industrial design, fashion, publishing, and research and development
Author(s): Greffe, Xavier; Pflieger, Sylvie; Noya, Antonella
Date of Publication: Jan 11, 2005
Published by the OECD. Building on recent international case studies, Culture and Local Development shows how public policies can foster culture as a lever for local economic development in terms of partnerships, tax relief, and other innovative instruments. The book also sets out the implications for national governments in the fields of education and intellectual property rights.
Author(s): Tresser, Tom
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2003
Chicago: Arts & Commerce - A Dynamic 21st Century Economy is the fifth in a series of nine articles on the Creative Economy.
Author(s): Healy, Kieran
Date of Publication: Jul 01, 2002
In this article I review and evaluate recent work that argues for the rising importance of the cultural sector, and creativity in general, in the context of the new economy.
Author(s): The American Assembly
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2001
This report resulted from the 100th American Assembly entitled Art, Technology, and Intellectual Property.
Author(s): Venturelli, Shalini
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2001
The Center for Arts and Culture has published a year-long series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. In this paper, the first in the series, the author insists that public policy be repositioned in this time of globalization of the Information Economy and the internationalization of cyberspace.
Author(s): Feigenbaum, Harvey B.
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2001
The Center for Arts and Culture has published a year-long series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. This paper, the fourth in the series, looks at trade, cultural diplomacy, and foreign policy implications of globalization.
Author(s): Thurow, Lester C.
Date of Publication: Jun 30, 2000
The shift to an era of man-made brain-power industries is creating the technologies that are creating a global economy.