Interdependence of culture and economics
Izabela Ścibiorska-Kowalczyk , Julia Cichoń
AbstractStarting with this topic it is worth asking the question: why should culture be considered from an economic perspective? Many economists do not agree with the statement that culture has much to do with economics. And yet for some reason economists are called economists of culture, and it is not without reason that culture gives rise to so many analyses and reports. Moreover, it seems extremely important that people who conduct these analyses have a broad knowledge of the field they are investigating. The main aim of the article is to introduce scientific discourse on the interdependence of culture and economics.
|Journal series||Cultural Management: Science and Education, ISSN 2512-6962, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.65|
|Keywords in English||Culture, cultural economy, goods, cultural goods, consumption|
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