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STROM, ELIZABETH (2003)

Cultural Policy as Development Policy: Evidence from the United States.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL POLICY, 9(3):247263.

ABSTRACT: Cultural policies and cultural projects in the United States have been reframed to emphasize their economic benefits to cities. New alliances between arts advocates and place promoters are apparent at all levels, but are most prominent locally. These new alliances are facilitated by the changing interests of local officials and business people, who have come to believe there is economic value in the arts and of arts administrators, for whom attracting broader public support has become imperative. In some cities, entirely new organizational structures have sprung up to plan and implement projects that serve cultural and economic development advocates simultaneously. Such new institutions are most prominent in more economically disadvantaged cities.

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