Master in Arts and Culture Studies
Specialisation Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
This program addresses arts, culture and cultural entrepreneurship from an economic perspective. We apply economics to work out new ways of promoting creativity and cultural values.
We also address the limits of standard economics to come to terms with arts, culture and creativity, and develop constructive criticisms and new insights. Courses revolve around a number of related topics from cultural policy to entrepreneurship and the 'digital revolution', from art markets to cultural and creative industries, and from the merits and limitations of economics to the practicalities of marketing cultural products. You develop sound research skills and you extend on your expertise regarding the socio-economics of arts and culture. You are prepared to become knowledge workers in the cultural sector or to run your own enterprise dealing with arts, culture and creativity.
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