Art, politics, money: current issues for a revisited cultural policy

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David Throsby

In this extract from the latest Currency House platform paper, David Throsby discusses important issues and areas for concern that are of continuing relevance to any discussion of cultural policy in Australia today.

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About the author

Professor David Throsby is Australia’s leading cultural economist. He is Professor of Economics at Macquarie University, has been a consultant to the World Bank, the OECD, FAO and UNESCO, and has chaired three Prime Minister’s Working Groups on sustainable development.