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Looks at the various regimes of tax relief/incentive which accompany private financial support to culture in Europe.
This paper looks at the absence of the arm’s length principle in France, using this absence as a guide through the history of the Ministry of Culture since its creation in 1959.
This study was undertaken as a response to requests from policy makers and professionals to provide an in-depth comparison of the arts and funding policies of Britain and France in order to encourage greater knowledge of different approaches to arts funding in the two countries.
The Politics of Cultural Policy in France offers a lively and iconoclastic account of cultural policy-making in France. Focusing on the policies of the Socialist governments of 1981-86 and 1988-93, the book suggests that policy towards the arts was shaped less by an all-powerful state than by influential professional interest groups. In addition to presenting unusual insights into a policy area which has rarely been studied by political science, the book provides significant revisions to conventional views of relations between the state and civil society in France.