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  1. Case Studies in Cultural Entrepreneurship: How to Create Relevant and Sustainable Institutions, by Sorin, Gretchen Sullivan, Sessions, Lynne A.
  2. Artivate, a Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts, Artivate is published by the Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University.
  3. Arts Management Newsletter, No. 123, Perspectives on Cultural Entrepreneurship, Submitted by editor-in-chief on Dec 17, 2015, Translated by Erik Dorset.
  4. Bertacchini, E.; Santagata, W.; Signorello, G (2011), Individual giving to support cultural heritage, International Journal of Arts Management. 13:3, 41-54.
  5. Council of Europe, Steering Committee for Culture, 7 April 2011, Results of a 2011 Survey with Governments on Culture Budgets and the Financial Crisis and Culture
  6. Colbert, F. (2001) Marketing culture and the arts. Montreal: Presses HEC
  7. Cyron T., Hermann M. (2015), Berlin Mitte Institut blog, Authenticity in Cultural Entrepreneurship: Implications for self-branding culturpreneurs in the electronic dance music industry (Master thesis abstract, 2015)
  8. Donato, F. (2008) Managing IC by antennae: evidence from cultural organizations, Journal of Intellectual Capital
  9. European Commission, (2010). Green Paper. Unlocking the potential of cultural and creative industries. Bruxelles: European Commission Publications.
  10. Eurostat, (2012), Cultural Statistics. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
    EUROSTAT also published a pocketbook on “The Cultural Statistics in Europe pocketbook” in 2011, which presents an impressive array of numbers and figures on the cultural economy and activities in the EU-27.
  11. Guthrie, J.; Humphrey, C.; Jones, L.R.; Olson, O. (2005), International Public Financial Management Reform: Progress, Contradictions and Challenges. Greenwich: Information Age Publishing.
  12. Hawkes, J. (2001) The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability: Culture’s Essential Role in Public Planning. Melbourne: Cultural Development Network
  13. Lloyd R.D. (2010) Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the Postindustrial City, New York: Routledge
  14. Kaplan, R.S. (2001), Strategic Performance Measurement and management in Nonprofit Organizations. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 11:3, 353-370
  15. KEA, European Affair; Media Group, Turku School of Economics; MKW Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH (2006), The economy of culture in Europe, Brussels: European Commission
  16. Merlo, A. (2011) Finanziamenti pubblici alla cultura meno ma meglio, Economia della Cultura, XXI:1, 13-20
  17. Osborne, S. (2006) The new public governance?, Public Management review (special issue). 8:3, 377-387
  18. Rifkin, J. (2000), The Age of Access: The New Culture of Hypercapitalism, where all of life is a paid-for experience. Putnam Publishing Group.
  19. Sen, A. (2001), Culture and Development. New York: World Bank Publication
  20. Throsby, D.C. (1994) The Production and Consumption of the Arts: A view of Cultural Economics. Journal of Economic Literature, XXXII:1, 1-29.
  21. Turbide, J.; Laurin, C. (2009) Performance measurement in the arts sector: the case of the performing arts. International Journal of Arts Management. 11:2, 56-71.
  22. Acheson, K., Maule, C. J., & Filleul, E. (1996). Cultural entrepreneurship and the Banff television festival. Journal of Cultural Economics, 20 (4), 321-339.
  23. Andersson, Å. E., & Andersson, D. E. The Economics of Experiences, the Arts and Entertainment: Edward Elgar Publishing. Anheier, H. K., & Isar, Y. R. (2008). Cultures and Globalization: The Cultural Economy. SAGE Publications.
  24. Bakhshi, H., Freeman, A., & Higgs, P. (2013). Mapping the UK’s Creative Industries. London, UK: Nesta Foundation.
  25. Baumol, W. J., & Bowen, W. G. (1966). Performing Arts: The Economic Dilemma; a Study of Problems Common to Theater, Opera, Music, and Dance: Twentieth Century Fund.
  26. Brooks, A. C. (2001). Who opposes public arts funding? Public Choice, 108 (3-4), 355-367.
  27. Calabrò,  A.,  & Wijngaarde,  I.  (2013).  Creative  Industries  for  Youth:  Unleashing  Potential  and  Growth. Vienna.
  28. Connell, S. (2013). Korea’s Creative Economy Agenda. Honolulu: East-West Center.
  29. Cronshaw, S., & Tullin, P. (2012). Intelligent Naivety: Commercial Opportunities for Museums and Culture Institutions Retrieved from:
  30. DiMaggio, P. (1991). Cultural entrepreneurship in nineteenth-century Boston. Rethinking popular culture: Contemporary perspectives in cultural studies, 374.
  31. DiMaggio, P., Social, Y. U. I. f., & Organizations, P. S. P. o. N.-P. (1990). Class Authority and Cultural Entrepreneurship: The Problem of Chicago Program on Non-Profit Organizations, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University.
  32. Dos Santos-Duisenberg, E. (2009). The creative economy: Beyond economics. After the crunch, 24-25.
  33. Duisenberg, E. D. S. (Ed.). (2008). Creative Economy Report 2008: the challenge of assessing the creative economy:  towards  informed  policy-making.  Geneva:  United  Nations  Conference  on  Trade  and Development.
  34. Duisenberg,  E.  D.  S.  (Ed.).  (2010). Creative  Economy  Report  2010:  Creative  Economy:  A  Feasible Development Option. Geneva: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
  35. Florida, R. (2002). The Rise of the Creative Class: and how it’s transforming work, leisure, community and everyday life. New York: Basic Books.
    Florida,  R.  (2010). Who’s  Your  City?:  How  the  Creative  Economy  Is  Making  Where  to  Live  the  Most Important Decision of Your Life. Toronto, Ontario: Random House of Canada.
  36. Florida, R. (2012). The Rise of the Creative Class Revisited. New York: Basic Books.
  37. Go, F., Lemmetyinen, A., Hakala, U. (Eds.) (2015). Harnessing Place Branding through Cultural Entrepreneurship.
  38. Gómez-Peña, G. (2004). An open letter to the national arts community. Contemporary Theatre Review, 14 (2), 88-93. doi: 10.1080/10267160410004968
  39. Grampp, W. D. (1989). Pricing the priceless: art, artists, and economics: Basic Books.
  40. Hagoort, G. (2003). Art management: Entrepreneurial style: Eburon Uitgeverij BV.
  41. Hagoort, G. (2007). Cultural Entrepreneurship: On the freedom to create art and the freedom of enterprise. Utrecht: HKU Utrecht School of the Arts.
  42. Hagoort, G., & Kooyman, R. (2009). Creative Industries: Colourful Fabric in Multiple Dimensions: Eburon Uitgeverij BV.
  43. Hagoort,  G.,  &  Shawky,  A.  (1993). Cultural  entrepreneurship:  an  introduction  to  arts  management: Phaedon.
  44. Harris, C., Collins, M., & Cheek, D. (2013). America’s Creative Economy: A Study of Recent Conceptions, Definitions,  and  Approaches  to  Measurements  across  the  USA.  Oklahoma  City:  National  Creativity Network.
  45. Hagoort G. (2015). Cultural Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century, ERTNAM.
  46. Haselbach,  D.,  Gerecht,  C.,  &  Hempel,  L.  (2010).  Kulturwirtschaft  in  Duesseldorf: Entwicklungen  und Potentiale. Berlin: ICG culturplan.
  47. Hayter, C., & Pierce, S. C. (2011). Arts and the Economy: Using Arts and Culture to Stimulate State
    Economic Development. Washington, D.C.
  48. Henry, C., & de Bruin, A. (2011). Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy: Process, Practice and Policy. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
  49. Himmelstein, J. L., & Zaid, M. (1984). American Conservatism and Government Funding of the Social Sciences and Arts. Sociological Inquiry, 54 (2), 171-187.
  50. Howkins, J. (2002). The creative economy: How people make money from ideas: Penguin UK.
  51. Kelley, T. (2007). The art of innovation: lessons in creativity from IDEO, America’s leading design firm: Crown Business.
  52. Kelley, T., & Kelley, D. (2013). Creative confidence: Unleashing the creative potential within us all: Crown Business.
  53. Klamer, A. (1996). The value of culture: On the relationship between economics and arts: Amsterdam University Press.
  54. Klamer, A. (2011). Cultural entrepreneurship. The Review of Austrian Economics, 24 (2), 141-156.
  55. Kneafsey, M., Ilbery, B., & Jenkins, T. (2001). Exploring the Dimensions of Culture  Economies in Rural West Wales. Sociologia Ruralis, 41 (3), 296-310.
  56. Kooyman, R. (Ed.). (2011). The entrepreneurial dimension of the cultural and creative industries. Utrecht: Hogeschool vor den Kunsten (HKU).
  57. Kunzmann, K. R. (1995). Strategien zur Förderung regionaler Kulturwirtschaft Kultur und Wirtschaft (pp. 324-342). Berlin: Springer.
  58. Louise, D. (2003). Encouraging Cultural Entrepreneurship’. Arts Professional (42), 7.
  59. Lounsbury, M., & Glynn, M. A. (2001). Cultural entrepreneurship: Stories, legitimacy, and the acquisition of resources. Strategic management journal, 22 (6-7), 545-564.
  60. Markusen, A., & Gadwa, A. (2010). Creative placemaking: National Endowment for the Arts Washington, DC.
  61. Neck, H. (2011). Cognitive ambidexterity: The underlying mental model of the entrepreneurial leader. The New Entrepreneurial Leader: Developing Leaders Who Shape Social and Economic Opportunity, edited by D. Greenberg, K. McKone-Sweet, and HJ Wilson, 24-42.
  62. Neck, H. M., & Greene, P. G. (2011). Entrepreneurship education: known worlds and new frontiers.
    Journal of Small Business Management, 49(1), 55-70.
  63. Neck, H. M., Greene, P. G., & Brush, C. G. (2014). Teaching entrepreneurship: A practice-based approach: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  64. Nijboer, J. (2006). Cultural entrepreneurship in libraries. New library world, 107(9/10), 434-443.
  65. Oakley, K. (2004). Not So Cool Britannia The Role of the Creative Industries in Economic Development. International journal of cultural studies, 7(1), 67-77.
  66. Peacock,  A.  T.,  Rizzo,  I.,  &  Brosio,  G.  (1994). Cultural  Economics  And  Cultural  Policies:  Springer Netherlands.
  67. Programme, U. N. D. (2013). Creative Economy Report 2013: Special Report Widening Local Development Pathways. New York: UNESCO.
  68. Project, N. E. L. (2012). The Low-Wage Recovery and Growing Inequality. New York.
  69. Rea,  C.  G.  (2008).  Comedy  and  Cultural  Entrepreneurship  in  Xu  Zhuodai’s  Huaji  Shanghai.
    Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, 40-91.
  70. Reis, A. C. F., Chengyu, X., Piedras Faria, E., Ramanathan, S., Davis, A. M., Dos Santos-
    Duisenberg, E., . . . Solanas, F. (2008). Creative Economy as a Development Strategy.
  71. Röschenthaler U., Schulz S. (2016). Cultural Entrepreneurship in Africa by , Routledge.
  72. Restrepo, F. B., & Marquez, I. D. (2013). The Orange Economy: An Infinite Opportunity. Washington, DC: Inter-American Development Bank.
  73. Scott,  M.  (2012).  Cultural  entrepreneurs,  cultural  entrepreneurship:  Music  producers  mobilising  and converting Bourdieu’s alternative capitals. Poetics, 40 (3), 237-255.
  74. Sorin, G., & Sessions, L. A. (2015). Case Studies in Cultural Entrepreneurship: How to Create Relevant and Sustainable Institutions: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
  75. Swedberg, R. (2006). The cultural entrepreneur and the creative industries: beginning in Vienna. Journal of Cultural Economics, 30 (4), 243-261.
  76. Wilson, N., & Stokes, D. (2002). Cultural entrepreneurs and creating exchange. Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 4 (1), 37-52.
  77. Wry, T., Lounsbury, M., & Glynn, M. A. (2011). Legitimating nascent collective identities: Coordinating cultural entrepreneurship. Organization Science, 22 (2), 449-463.
  78. Zimmermann,  O.,  Schulz,  G.,  &  Ernst,  S.  Zukunft  Kulturwirtschaft:  Zwischen  Kuenstlertum  und Kreativwirtschaft. Essen: Klartext Verlag

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