Towse, R., 2005. Alan Peacock and Cultural Economics. The Economic Journal, 115 (504), F262-F276.
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Professor Sir Alan Peacock has worked in cultural economics for over 35 years and he pioneered much of what is now the core subject matter of the field. This paper traces the development of his theoretical work on the economics of the arts, heritage and broadcasting, and shows how it interacted with his role as adviser to and chairman of several prestigious committees in the cultural sector.
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