Human capital and artists’ labour markets

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Towse, Ruth;
  • Publisher: North-Holland/ Elsevier
  • Subject: ccms | ec

It is argued that human capital theory applies only weakly to artists’ decisions about investment in schooling and training and about occupational choice. However, the same can be said about the sorting model. What is lacking in cultural economics is an understanding of... View more
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