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Belfiore, Eleonora (2003)
Publisher: Arts Intelligence Limited
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: NX
In Britain, the economic arguments around the value of the arts first acquired popularity in reaction to the cultural policies of the 1980s. Eleonora Belfiore explores some more recent thinking.
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