Browse or search our full listing of arts and culture policy news, from IFACCA announcements, editorials and international news, to events and opportunities. Use the filters to refine your search by country, theme, topic or date.
Showing 2220 results, ordered by Latest first.
This publication presents experimental measures of the economic contribution of cultural and creative activity in Australia, within the context of a satellite account linked to the Australian System of National Accounts.
The study was written within the framework of ifas Research Programme "Culture and Foreign Policy". Experts have been doing research on current top- ics in foreign cultural and educational policy since 2010, with the goal of connecting research, practical experience, policy, and the public sphere. With the present study, the ifa (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations) intends to contribute to this discourse.
A recent paper by five mathematical computer scientists at Indiana University (published in EMBO Reports, a forum for short papers in molecular biology) proposes a clever new model for science funding that makes use of collective allocation (peer-funding) rather than expert-panel-and-peer-review funding mechanisms. Jason Potts considers whether this might also work for arts and cultural funding.
This study provides a much-needed in-depth review of the market potential of the EU's cultural and creative sectors.
Un estudio advierte de que los sectores de la cultura y la creación se ven privados del acceso final a los créditos bancarios necesarios para poner en marcha sus proyectos.
A new study published today by the European Commission finds that a mismatch in supply and demand in the loans market means creative businesses are missing out on billions of euros in credit.