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The Nonprofit Sector and the Arts in the United States - Bridging the gap (1999) « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedSeptember 16, 1999
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CategoriesU.S. Publications
Tagsunited states, usa, north america, arts, policy, ccss working papers

CCSS Working Paper #15 | Stephan Toepler.
While most high cultural institutions as well as community arts groups in the U.S. are nonprofit in form, traditionally, there has been very little interaction between nonprofit research and research on arts policy and cultural economics. Based on a presentation given at the National Endowment for the Arts, this paper reviews the applicability and relevance of trends and policy issues in the nonprofit sector for the field of arts and culture.


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