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AuthorB. Baarsma
TitleAre less government support and more competition a threat to diversity in the supply of arts?
Book/source titleThe art of supervision: liber amicorum Pieter Kalbfleisch
Authors/EditorsH. Don, J. de Keijzer, E. Lamboo, M. van Oers, J. van Sinderen
PlaceDen Haag
FacultyFaculty of Economics and Business
Institute/dept.FEB: Amsterdam School of Economics Research Institute (ASE-RI)
AbstractA high per capita GDP is of crucial importance for the arts. The higher the GDP, the higher the
demand for arts and cultural products. Similarly, the higher the GDP, the higher the government
revenues and the greater the scope for funding. Therefore, it is equally important to look at what
brings about a higher per capita GDP. We test the following hypothesis: the more competitive
the economy, the higher GDP. It appears that competition indeed is good for the arts. By
stimulating the competitiveness of the Dutch economy as a whole, the NMa is simultaneously
stimulating the arts. When talking about diversity in the supply of arts, competition is – however
– not the most important factor. Other market failures play a more significant role in reducing
artistic diversity. Still, we conclude that less government support is a threat to diversity in the
supply of arts, only insofar as this support is meant to correct market failures.
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