Arts investment should replace failure mentality

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Instead of just arts grants to compensate for market failure, governments should invest in creativity.

Most of the cultural policy we are accustomed to is based on the principle of market failure – through lack of demand, the market will not deliver sufficient types of artistic production to satisfy demand and secure the idea of a civilised society, so government should step in and provide assistance.

Stuart Cunningham

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