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Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
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After this pre-master, you will be an eligible candidate for the master specialisation Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship.

A unique approach

The cultural and creative sectors face constant challenges. Our students acquire the knowledge and skills to identify and overcome them. The specific approach of the master specialisation Cultural economics and entrepreneurship has various advantages:

  • it helps students to use both a macro and a micro approach. The first, allows to identify the features of the context where a specific cultural organisation operates. The second to recognise the best tools and activities to undertake;
  • the cultural sector is increasingly addressed in terms of financial and economic considerations. Our students will train to argue convincingly in this framework and to challenge preconceived ideas;
  • the cultural sector reveals fundamental challenges in mainstream economics, and we address alternative approaches;
  • careful application of economic theory and empirical research are powerful tools for making reasonable predictions about further developments in the context of digitization and changes in public policy;  
  • our students learn about the challenges and opportunities that cultural entrepreneurs face.

Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship at Erasmus differs from the other courses on cultural management because of his double perspective: cultural economics and cultural entrepreneurship. We put a greater emphasis on cutting-edge theory and original empirical research, next to providing firsthand experience with entrepreneurial projects.

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