ARTS RESEARCH DIGEST CUMULATIVE INDEX


Arts Research Digest Cumulative Index 1996-1999 Issues 1 - 15


CUMULATIVE INDEX, ISSUES 1-6. SPRING 1994-SPRING 1996 POLICY
TITLE ISSUE
POLICY
`AAJ-KAL' Today and Tomorrow, the Arts of South Asian people in Yorkshire and Humberside, Vivek Malhotra, Suman Kumari Bhuchar (1993) Yorkshire and Humberside Arts.UK 1
A Study of the Cultural Economy of Cumbria, The Arts Business Ltd. (May 1993) UK 1
Achieving Public Policy Objectives in the Arts and Heritage, Ruth Towse, University of Exeter (1993) Kluver, Dordrecht. UK 1
An Urban Renaissance? The role of Arts in Urban Regeneration, Graeme Evans (1993) University of North London Press, ISBN: 1 85377 149 X. UK 1
Analysis of Employment and Occupations in Arts and Cultural Industries, Gill Dix, Andrew Feist (Autumn 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 1
Architecture and Executive Agencies, Colin St. John Wilson, Rory Coonan (1993) Architecture Department, Arts Council of England, ISBN: 0 7287 0670 9. UK 1
The Contribution of the Cultural Sector to the UK economy, Jeremy Eckstein (1995) Policy Studies Institute, UK 1
Cultural Policy and Urban Regeneration, Franco Bianchini, Michael Parkinson (1993) Manchester University Press, ISBN: 0 7190 3556 2. UK 1
Cultural Trends in Scotland, Volume 2, Policy Studies Institute (July 1994) London, UK 1
Employment in the Cultural Sector, Jeremy Eckstein (March 1994) Policy Studies Institute, Cultural Trends 20 (1993) Vol.5, No.4, ISBN: 0 85374 598 6, ISSN: 0954 896 3. UK 1
Life, Work and Livelihood in The Third Age, Various Authors (April 1993) Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, ISBN: 0 900259 30 2. UK 1
On Labour Markets in the Arts, some unresolved issues, David Throsby, Macquarie University, Sydney, Ruth Towse University of Exeter (1994) UK 1
Report on the initiative to Increase the Employment of Disabled People in the Arts, A. Pointon, P. Macdonald, W. Harpe and members of the Arts and Disability Monitoring Committee (1993) Arts Council of England, UK 1
Review of Australia's Work on Women in the Arts, Gillian Hanscombe (Winter 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 1
Volunteers in the Arts, Arts Council of England (July 1994) Monica Tross, ACE, UK 1
Women in the Arts, notions of equality, Centrestruct Ltd, Linda King, Alex Ankrah, Phyllida Shaw, Katie Venner, Ruth Aldridge and the Women Arts External Consultative Group (1993) Women in the Arts Project, Arts Council of England, ISBN: 0 7287 0653 9. UK 1
.....You Might Not Call It Singing...people talk about THE ARTS OF LIFE, Roger Hill (February 1994) Arts Council of Great Britain, ISBN: 0 7287 0678 4. UK 1
Crossing Borders, Judith Staines (August 1994) Exeter, UK 2
Cultural Economies and Cultural Policies, Alan Peacock, Ilde Rizzo (May 1994) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, ISBN: 0 7923 2868 X. NL 2
Cultural Policy in Austria, Austrian Documentation, Research and Cultural Dissemination Centre (1993) Austrian Federal Ministry for Education and the Arts. AT 2
Cultural Policy in the Netherlands, Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs, John Myerscough (1994) Council of Europe. FR 2
The Economic Significance of the Cultural Industries in the Temple Bar Area of Dublin, Coopers and Lybrand (September 1993) 2
Ego Trip, extra governmental organisations in the UK and their accountability, Stuart Weir, Wendy Hall (1994) Charter 88 Trust, ISBN: 1 873311 31 1. UK 2
European Journal of Cultural Policy, Oliver Bennett (August 1994) Harwood Academic Publishers, ISSN: 1074 6897. UK 2
Local Authority Arts Survey, Chris Butcher, NCA, Published in NCA NEWS 32 (Summer 1994) and The Leisure Manager (October/November issue), UK 2
Making Youth Arts Work, National Youth Arts Committee (April 1993) Ireland, ISBN: 0 9521431 00. IE 2
Networking for the Nineties, a youth arts seminar, Richard Ings (June 1994) London Arts Board, UK 2
Sub-report for the World Report on Culture and Development#, Council of Europe (Spring 1995). FR 2
Survive or Die, sustainable tourism in practice#, Jonathan Croall (1995) Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, London, ISBN: 0 903319 69 1. UK 2
The 24-Hour City, Andrew Lovatt (1994) Manchester Institute for Popular Culture, ISBN: 1 899312 00 5. UK 2
The Arts and the Northern Ireland Economy, John Myerscough (April 1995) Northern Ireland Economic Council, Belfast. IE 3
A Tall Order, Report on a Symposium on the Future of London Arts Centres, Paula Brown, Jeni Walwin (March 1994) London Arts Board, ISBN: 0 947784 18 7. UK 3
But is it Workable? The Evaluation and Monitoring of the Australia Council's Women and Arts Policy, Gillian Hanscombe (August 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 3
Creating Space: Unitary Development Plans and the Arts, Culture and Entertainment, J. Jean Horstman (February 1994) London Arts Board, UK 3
Culture and the Community: The Development of Cultural Policy in the European Community, Alun Bond (Autumn 1993) Artservice, Lincoln, UK 3
Customer Care in the Arts, Millward Brown International (June 1994) Arts Council of England UK 3
The Economics of the Arts in Ireland, Joe Durkan (November 1994) The Arts Council of Ireland, ISBN: 0 906627 58 3. IE 3
The Employment and Economic Significance of the Cultural Industries in Ireland, Coopers and Lybrand (October 1994) IE 3
Human Rights and Cultural Policies in a Changing Europe, Rod Fisher, Brian Groombridge, Julia HÑusermann, Ritva Mitchell (January 1995) Arts Council of Finland, ISBN: 951 47 9822 8. FI 3
Information Systems in the Arts, The American Experience, Ian Aspinall (January 1995) Yorkshire and Humberside Arts, UK 3
The London Millenium Study, Towards a Vision for the Millenium, Sandy Craig, Ken May, Alistair MacPherson, (Leisure Futures), Graeme Evans, Janet Bohrer, (University of North London Centre for Leisure and Tourism Studies) (January 1995) London First, UK 3
Newcastle Cultural Economy Study, The Arts Business Ltd. (July 1994) UK 3
The Use of Volunteers by Arts Organisations, Martin Hamblin Research (October 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 3
A Richer Vision. The Development of Ethnic Minority Media in Western Democracies, Charles Husband (1994) UNESCO with John Libbey, ISBN: 92 3 102941 0 86186 450 0. FR 4
A socio-economic Study of Artists in Scotland, Scottish Arts Council (May 1995) Scottish Arts Council, ISBN: 1 85119 072 4. UK 4
Arts and the development of the Local Economy (ADLE I), Brouhaha International, (1993) Liverpool. UK 4
Arts and the development of the Local Economy (ADLE II), Brouhaha International, (1995) Liverpool. UK 4
Arts in the Local Economy, Randy Cohen, (1994) NALAA. US 4
The Arts Plan 1995-1997, The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaion, (1995) IE 4
But What Do You Do For A Living? A new economic study of Australian Artists, David Throsby, Beverley Thompson (1994) Australia Council, ISBN: 1 86257 133 3. AU 4
The Creative City, Charles Landry, Franco Bianchini, (1995) Demos in association with Comedia, ISBN: 1 898309 167. UK 4
Cultural Policy in Finland, Research and information unit, Arts Council of Finland, (1995) Council of Europe. FR 4
Cultural Policy in Italy, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, (Spring 1995) Council of Europe. FR 4
Culture Clash, Vanessa Bernadette Krimke, (Autumn 1994) University of Warwick. UK 4
Entertainment, Arts and Cultural Services, Irene Waters, (1994) Longman in association with ILAM (Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management), ISBN: 0 582 23905 2. UK 4
Gender and Employment in the Arts in the North, AEA, (Autumn 1994) Northern Arts. UK 4
Local Arts Agency Facts 1994, Randy Cohen, (November 1994) NALAA. US 4
The Social Impact of the Arts, Researchers and writers under the direction of the Comedia Research Consultancy (June 1996) Comedia. UK 4
Var andes stamma-och andras. Kulturpolitik och internationalisering. International Cultural Co-operation. International Cultural Commission (1994) Kulturdepartementet, Stockholm ISBN: 91 38 13598 1. SE 4
Arts and Society an Attitudinal Survey of Members of the European Parliament, Andrew McIlroy (December 1995) CEREC (European Committee for Business, Arts and Culture), BE 5
Arts Impact Research, FranÄoise Matarasso, Comedia (March/April 1996) UK 5
The Challenge of Cultural Development, D. Paul Schafer (December 1994) World Culture Project, ISBN: 1 895661 05 6 (VOL. 5). CA 5
European Cities of Culture and Cultural Months, John Myerscough (December 1994) The Network of Cultural Cities of Europe, ISBN: 0901 557 897. UK 5
Harnessing Creativity and Innovation for Urban Economic Success: An International Action Research Project, Researchers and writers under the direction of the Comedia Consultancy (Autumn 1996) Comedia, UK 5
Managing the Cultural Sector, Essential competencies in Arts, Cultue and Heritage in Ireland, Paula Clancy, Graduate school of Business (November 1994) Oak Tree Press, ISBN: 1 872853 77 3, (paperback), 1 872853 78 1, (hardback) IE 5
Poverty: Access and Participation in the Arts, Jeanne Moore, Combat Poverty Agency, Dublin (July 1996) Arts Council of Ireland. IE 5
A Study of Management of the Arts in the New South Africa, Nicholas Dodd (Autumn 1994) University of Warwick, UK 5
World Report on Culture and Development, World Commission on Culture and Development (WCCD), with the support of UNESCO and the United Nations (1995). FR 5
Artists' Rights Research Programme, Part 1: Fees and Payments in Exhibition and Commissioning, Phyllida Shaw, Keith Allen , Commissioned by The National Artists Association, UK 6
Artists' Rights Research Programme, Part 2: The Tax/Employment status of the Visual Artist, Baker Tilley Consultancy, Commissioned by The National Artists Association. UK 6
Arts Activities in Prisons in the Yorkshire and Humberside Region, Charlotte Vincent (February 1996) Yorkshire and Humberside Arts, UK 6
Arts and Disability, Des Walsh, Juliet London (November 1995) Australia Council, ISBN: 0 642 23411 8. AU 6
Arts Centres Research Project, Compass Partnership and The Arts Council of England (March 1996) UK 6
Changing Lives, The Social Impact of the Arts, Susan Galloway (Autumn 1995) Scottish Arts Council. UK 6
Changing Places, The Arts in Scotland's Urban areas 2nd Edition, Phyllida Shaw (Autumn 1995) Scottish Arts Council, ISBN: 1 85119 068 6. UK 6
Changing Rural Lives, The Arts in Scotland's Rural areas, Phyllida Shaw (Autumn 1995) Scottish Arts Council. UK 6
The Cultural Dimension of Development Towards a Practical Approach, Claude Fabrizio (1995) UNESCO, FR 6
Cultural Policy and Management in the United Kingdom, Proceedings of an International Symposium, Oliver Bennett (October 1995) Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick, ISBN: 0 9526831 0 5. UK 6
Culture and Neighbourhoods Project, Commissioned by The Council of Europe (1996) France. 6
Culture and Neighbourhoods Volume 1: Concepts and References, (Autumn 1995) Council of Europe Publications, ISBN: 92 871 2869 3. FR 6
Employment in the Arts and Cultural Industries in Scotland: an analysis of the 1991 Census, Susan Galloway, Jane O'Brien, Andy Feist (November 1995), Scottish Arts Council, ISBN: 1 85119 076 7. UK 6
Employment in the Arts and Cultural Industries, an analysis of the 1991 Census, Jane O'Brien, Andy Feist (November 1995) The Arts Council of England, ISBN: 0 7287 0706 3. UK 6
The Impact on the Arts of the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Earthquake Investigation Execution Committee (August 1995) Kigyo MÇcÇnat Kyogikai. JP 6
Research into the Application of New Technologies to the Arts, Russell Southwood (March 1996) Arts Council of England, UK 6
'Books, Libraries & Reading', Cultural Trends 24, Vol.6, No. 4, ed. Sara Selwood (1996) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Books, Libraries & Reading', Cultural Trends 26, Vol.7, No. 2, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Built Heritage' Cultural Trends 24, Vo.6, No. 4, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Cultural Centres in Central and Eastern Europe', Sinisa Malesevic, Biserka Cvjeticanin, Kazimierz Krzysztofek, Gabor Koncz, Stella Mihelz, Culturelink special issue, (1996) Zagreb: Institute for International Relations (CR) 7
'Employment in the Cultural Sector', Cultural Trends 25, Vol.7, No. 1, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Film, Cinema & Video', Cultural Trends 25, Vol.7, No. 1, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Governance in the Netherlands: A Comparative View of Arts Governance in the US & the Netherlands', The European Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 2, No. 2, Brann J Wry (1996) Reading: Harwood Publishers (UK) 9
'In Search of a Cogent Cultural Policy. Observations on the findings of the US/Japan Cultural Policy Study 1993 - 1995' , Michihiro Watanabe, Culturelink Bulletin No. 18 (1996) Zagreb: The Culturelink Network. (CR) 7
'Museums and Galleries', Cultural Trends 25, Vol.7. No. 1, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'Television & Radio', Cultural Trends 25, Vol.7. No. 1, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
'The Performing Arts', Cultural Trends 26, Vol.7. No. 2, ed. Sara Selwood (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
Access Case Studies, Pieda Plc (1995) London: Department of National Heritage (UK) 7
African-Caribbean Arts Provision in Reading, Mel Jennings (1997) Reading: Reading Borough Council (UK) 8
Artists in the Workforce: employment & earnings, 1970 -1990, Research Division Report No.37, Alper, Wassall, Jeffri, Greenblatt, Kay, Butcher, Chartrand (1996) Santa Ana: National Endownment for the Arts (USA) 9
Community Arts: Helping to Build Communities? Taken from a Southern Ireland perspective, Teresa Dolan (1995) London: City University (UK) 8
Contemporary Civilisational Changes & the Development of Croatia, IRMO Research Team (1997) Zagreb: Institute for International Relations, Zagreb (CR) 8
Cultural Policy & Administration in Europe: 42 Insights, Bela Rasky, Edith M Wolf Perez (1996) Vienna; Oesterreichische Kulturdokumentation Internationales Archiv für Kulturanalysen, ISBN 3 901360 03 4 (AU) 7
Cultural Policy in Estonia, Multi-national panel of examiners (1996) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 7
Cultural Policy in Russia, Multi-national panel of examiners (1996) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 7
Employment in Culture, Research Paper No. 1, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1995) Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics (AUS) 8
Information on Artists 11, USA, Research Centre for Arts & Culture, Columbia University (1997) New York: Columbia University (USA) 9
Le Poids Economique des Activités Artistiques Amateur, Romuald Ripon (1996) Paris: Département des Etudes et de la Prospective, Ministère de la Culture (FR) 7
Music, Culture Policy and Post-Communism in Eastern and Central Europe, Anders Hammerlund (1997) Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg (SWE) 7
Overseas Born Persons & the Arts, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1996) Canberra: Cultural Industries Statistics Working Group of the Cultural Ministers' Council (AUS) 8
New Zealand Cultural Statistics 1995, Statistics New Zealand (1995) Wellington: Ministry of Cultural Affairs (NZ) 9
Plugged in: Multimedia & the Arts in London, Lisa Haskel (1996) London: London Arts Board (UK) 8
State Culture & Decentralisation, A comparative study of decentralisation processes in Nordic cultural policy, Auli Irjala and Magne Eikas (1996) Helsinki: Arts Council of Finland and Western Norway Research Institute (FIN) 8
The Arts & Cultural Industries in the London Economy, Tony Travers, Eleanor Stokes, Mark Kleinmann (1996) London: London Arts Board (UK) 7
The Art of Flexibility: Arts Centres in the 1990s, ACE Research Report No 8, Joy MacKeith, Ruth Glick (1996) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 9
The Art of Regeneration. Urban renewal through cultural activity, Charles Landry, Lesley Greene, François Matarasso, Franco Bianchini (1996) Stroud: Comedia (UK) 8
The Arts & Rural Communities, The Arts Business Ltd (1995) Winchester: Southern Arts Board (UK) 8
The Arts & the Northern Ireland Economy, Jonh Myerscough (1996) Belfast: Northern Ireland Economic Council (UK) 7
The Distribution of Employment in Cultural Industries in the UK, Dr A.C. Pratt (1997) London: London School of Economics (UK) 7
The Economics of Artists' Labour Markets, ACE Research Report No 3, Ruth Towse (1996) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 7
The Origins of the Arts Policy Network in Britain, Prof A J Taylor (Forthcoming) Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield (UK) 8
The Politics of Fun. Cultural policy and debate in contemporary France, David L Loosely (1995) Oxford: Berg Publishers, ISBN 1 859730132 (UK) 7
Women's Participation in the Arts and Cultural Industries in Queensland, Gillian Swanson, Patricia Wise (1995) Queensland: Institute for Cultural Policy Studies and the Australian Institute for Women's Research and Policy (AUS) 7
Working Groups' Networks for cultural co-operation in Europe, Judith Staines (1996) Brussels: European Forum for the Arts and Heritage (BEL) 8
Youth and the Arts, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1996) Canberra: Cultural Industries Statistics Working Group of the Cultural Ministers Council, ISBN 0 642 25063 4 (AUS) 8
class="base">African Caribbean Arts Provision in Reading, Mel Jennings (1996) Reading: Administration ResearchTraining Services, Reading Borough Council, 46 pages 10
`Arts Policies, Structures and Participation', Paula Clancy in From Maestro to Manager, eds. M. Fitzgibbon, A. Kelly (1996) Dublin: Oak Tree Press, pp233-244, ISBN 1 86076 041 4 10
Consumption in the Arts and Cultural Industries. Recent trends in the UK, Andy Feist in From Maestro to Manager, eds. M. Fitzgibbon, A. Kelly (1996) Dublin: Oak Tree Press, pp245-267, ISBN 1 86076 041 4
Culture and Neighbourhoods. Concepts and references. Volume 1, Eduard Delgado et al (1995) Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 179 pages, ISBN 92 871 2869 3 10
Deaf Arts Audit. Research into the provision of arts activities for deaf people in England, Deafworks (1997) London: Arts Council of England 10
`The Performing Arts', Sara Selwood ed. in Cultural Trends, Issue 26, Vol 7, No 2 (1997) London: Policy Studies Institute 10
The Arts Matter. Work, Creativity and the Arts, Centrestruct (1996) London: The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturing & Commerce 10
Research into Arts and Disability Provision in Buckinghamshire, Barbara Lisicki, Alan Holdsworth (forthcoming 1997) Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire County Council 10
Social Impact of the Arts. Portsmouth case study, Francoise Matarasso (forthcoming 1997) Stroud: Comedia 10
Survey of MPs' Arts Interests, Holly Donagh (forthcoming 1997) London: National Campaign for the Arts 10
Article 31 Children and the Arts: Creative action for the next millennium, Miranda Cox (1997) Birmingham: Article 31, 35 pages, ISBN 0 9519013 2 X 11
Artists, Responsibility and Solidarity, European Council of Artists (1997) Copenhagen: European Council of Artists, 60 pages 11
Arts Policy and Funding in the United States: Some critical perspectives, Annette van den Bosch in TheEuropean Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 3, No. 2, ed. Oliver Bennett (1997) Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Press ISBN 1074 6897 11
Collective Reproduction through Individual Efforts: The location of Norwegian artists in the income hierarchy, Jon Ivar Elstad in The European Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 3, No. 2, ed. Oliver Bennett (1997) Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Press ISBN 1074 6897 11
Creative America: A report to the President by the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, (1997) Washington DC: The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, 34 pages 11
Disability and the Arts: Get it right, Arts Council of England (1997) London: Arts Council of England, 28 pages 11
From Public to Private Rights in the Arts Sector, Michael Hunter in Boekmanstichting, pp170-177, ISBN 0925 0239, DGL17.50 11
How the Arts Measure Up: Australian research into social impact, Deidre Williams (1997) Stroud: COMEDIA, 35 pages, ISBN 1 873667 42 11
In the Public Interest: Making art that makes a difference in the USA, Lucy Phillips (1997) Stroud: COMEDIA, 25 pages, ISBN 1 873667 47 7 11
Northern Lights: The social impact of the Fèisean (Gaelic Festivals), Francois Matarasso (1996) Stroud: COMEDIA, 40 pages, ISBN 1 873667 32 9 11
Our Creative Diversity: Report of the world commission on culture and development, Javier Perez de Cuellar (1996) Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 309 pages, ISBN 92 3 103282 8 11
Stepping Stones, Arts Modern Apprenticeships: A report on partnerships, employment and training in the arts, Jo Simpson (1996) London: London Arts Board, 20 pages, ISBN 0 947784 34 9 11
Surviving and Thriving: Oxfordshire youth arts audit and development plan, Jon Rust (1996) Oxford: Oxfordshire Youth Arts Group 11
Tailruni's Travellers: An arts worker's view of evaluation, Gerri Moriarty (1996) Stroud: COMEDIA, 20 pages, ISBN 1 873667 37 X 11
The Arts Review: A position paper, London Arts Board (1997) London: London Arts Board, 14 pages 11
`The Boom in Amateur Arts Activities in France', Olivier Donnat in The European Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol 3, No. 2. Oliver Bennett (1997) Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Press, pp 257-266, ISBN 1074-6897 11
Short Guide to Interpretation, Miranda Cox (1997) Edinburgh: The Scottish Arts Council, 32 pages 11
Use or Ornament? The social impact of participation in the arts, Francois Matarasso (1997) Stroud: COMEDIA, 105 pages, ISBN 1 873667 57 4 11
A Cultural Policy Approach to Cultural Tourism in Australia: Pilot study, Associate Professor Jennifer Craik, Dr Robin Trotter (forthcoming 1997) Sydney 11
A Review of "From Mountain to Motorway": The strategy for the arts in rural areas of the West Midlands, Doff Pollard (forthcoming November 1997)Birmingham: West Midlands Arts 11
A Review of 'From Mountain to Motorway', the Strategy for the Arts in Rural Areas of the West Midlands: Consultative Draft, Doff Pollard (1997) Birmingham: West Midlands Arts (UK) 12
Bulgarian Cultural Policy in a State of Transition: National Report, Institute of Culturology, Sofia (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Cultural Policy and the Crisis of Legitimacy ; Entrepreneurial answers in the United Kingdom, Oliver Bennett (1996) Warwick: Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick, ISBN 0-9526831-4-8 (UK) 12
Cultural Policy in Bulgaria: report of a European panel of examiners, Charles Landry (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Cultural Policy in Lithuania: report of a European panel of examiners, Viktoras Liutkus (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Cultural Policy in Lithuania: report of a European panel of examiners, Bill Dufton (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12.
Cultural Policy in Slovenia: National Report, Vesna Copic, Gregor Tomc (1996) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Cultural Policy in Slovenia: report of a European panel of examiners, Institute of Culturology, Sofia (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Stra Evaluation of the Arts for Everyone Express Scheme: Final report to the Arts Council, Annable Jackson Associates (1997) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 12
In from the Margins: a conribution to the debate on culture and development in Europe, The European Task Force on Culture and Development (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing, ISBN 92-871-3336-0 (FR) 12
New Ideas in Science and Art, New Technologies: cultural cooperation and communication, Council of Europe (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 12
Planning for Equality? Decentralisation in Cultural Policy, Nobuko Kawashima (1996) Warwick: Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick, ISBN 0-9526831-1-3 (UK) 12
Taking Part!: Conference Report, Voluntary Arts Network (1997) Cardiff: Voluntary Arts Network, ISBN 1-899687-18-X (UK) 12
The Contribution of the Voluntary Arts to our Cultural Life, Voluntary Arts Network (1997) Cardiff: Voluntary Arts Network, ISBN 1-899687-17-3 (UK) 12
The Cultural Industries Sector: Its definition and character from secondary sources on employment and trade, Britain 1984-91, Andy C. Pratt (1997) London: London School of Economics, ISBN 0-7530-0169-0 (UK) 12
Transaction Tracking: The economic lives of practitioners in the cultural sector, David Clarke (1996) Cardiff: DCA Ltd (UK) 12
A Fruitful Incoherence, Gavin Jantjes (forthcoming 1998) London: Institute of International Visual Arts, ISBN 189984631 (UK) 12
Cultural Industries Baseline Study, Prof. S. Roodhouse (forthcoming 1998) Leeds: Policy Studies Centre, Leeds Metropolitan University (UK) 12
EMORION, Interarts Observatory (forthcoming 1998) Barcelona: Interarts Observatory (SP) 12
FACTUS, Interarts Observatory (forthcoming 1998) Barcelona: Interarts Observatory (SP) 12
LINGUARTS, Interarts Observatory (forthcoming 1998) Barcelona: Interarts Observatory (SP) 12
Aaj-Kal Today and Tomorrow: Shaping the future of South Asian arts participation and practice, South West Arts (1998) Exeter: South West Arts (UK) 13
Art Collections, Creativity and Change: Whither local government?, Ruth Rentschler in Cultural Policy, Case Studies ed. Jennifer Craik (1997) Brisbane: Australian Key Centre Centre for Cultural and Media Policy (AUS) 13
Arts In Their View: A study of youth participation in the arts, John Harland, Kay Kinder, Kate Hartley (1995) Slough: NFER, ISBN 0 7005 1369 8 (UK) 13
Assessment of Cultural Information Needs in the Central European Countries in Transition towards the Market Economy, Sanjin Dragojevic, Aleksandra Uzelac, Sanja Ivic (1997) Zagreb: Culturelink Network (CR) 13
Assessment of the Economic Impact of Battersea Arts Centre, The Arts Business Ltd (1998) London: The Arts Business Ltd (UK) 13
Belfast: investing in change through community-level cultural activity, François Matarasso in Cultural Policy, Case Studies Jennifer Craik ed. (1997) Brisbane: Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy (AUS) 13
'Copyright as an Economic Incentive', Innovation, Incentive and Reward: Intellectual Property Law and Policy, Ruth Towse (April1998) Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute (UK) 13
Culture in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutional and Value Changes, Sinisa Malesevic ed. (1997) Zagreb: Culturelink, Institute for International Relations (CR) 13
Evaluation of Local Authority Arts Policies: A report by Artservice for the Arts Council of England (Executive summary), Alun Bond, Sue Roberts (1998) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 13
Family Friendly Research Project, Bonner & Hindley Marketing & Public Relations Consultants (1998) Leeds: West Yorkshire Arts Marketing (UK) 13
Making it Happen, Andrew Peggie, Insightful Solutions Agency (1998) Winchester: Southern Arts (UK) 13
Privatisation/Désétation and Culture: Limitation or opportunities for cultural development in Europe? eds. Annemoon van Hemel, Niki van der Wielen (1997) Amsterdam: Boekmanstichting (ND) 13
Review of Research Activities: Consultation Paper for the Arts Council of England, Annabel Jackson Associates (1998) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 13
The Employment Effects of the Arts Lottery in England: A report by CELTS for the Arts Council of England, Graeme Evans (1998) London: Arts Council of England, ISBN 0-7287-0753-5 (UK) 13
Training Needs Analysis, Larry Reynolds, Northern Consultancy (1998) Newcastle upon Tyne: Northern Arts (UK) 13
Wiltshire Youth Arts, Resource Base Limited (1998) Winchester: Southern Arts (UK) 13
Cultural industries in Japan, Andy C Pratt (forthcoming1999) Zurich: Institute for Empirical Economic Research, University of Zurich (SW) 13
Evaluation of the European Commission's Kaleidoscope Programme, EUCLID (forthcoming1998) Liverpool: EUCLID (UK) 13
Institutionalism of Culture: Cultural Policies, Cultural Industries and Cultural Stratifications, Kenichi Kawasaki (forthcoming 2000) Tokyo: Komazawa University (JA) 13
Programming at Arts Centres, Nobuko Kawashima (1998) Coventry: Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick (UK) 13
SKILLCIT-Skills for the Citizen, EUCLID (Forthcoming 1998) Liverpool: EUCLID (UK) 13
The Arts and Science: One culture (working title), Ian Hunt/Sian Ede (Forthcoming 1999) London: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK) 13
Confrontation and Conflict: The challenge to the arts in times of turmoil, Beverly Jackson ed. (1997) Zagreb: Institute for International Relations, ISSN 1016-1082. () 14
Correcting the Picture: Conference Report, Arts Council of England (1998) London: Arts Council of England, ISBN 0-7287-0770-5 (UK) 14
Cultural Diversity and Citizenship: Report of a joint UNESCO/University of Birmingham Seminar, ed. Susan Wright (1998) Birmingham: Department of Cultural Studies and Sociology, University of Birmingham, ISBN 07044 1919X (UK) 14
Cultural Policy in Croatia: National report (provisional version), Naima Balic et al (1998) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) (FR) 14
Cultural Policy in Croatia: Provisional report of European panel of examiners, Charles Landry (1998) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 14
Dynamics of Communication and Cultural Change: The role of networks, Biserka Cvjeticanin (1996) Zagreb: Institute for International Relations, ISSN 1016-1082 (CR) 14
Economics of Artists and Arts Policy: Selection of papers, Merja Heikkinen, Tuulikki Koskinen eds. (1998) Helsinki: Arts Council of Finland, ISBN 952-5253-04-X (FIN) 14
European Programme of National, Transversal and Sectional Cultural Development Policies, John Myerscough, Christopher Gordon, Bill Dufton (1997) Strasbourg: Council of Europe (FR) 14
Going for Broke: Women's participation in the arts and cultural industries, Gillian Swanson, Patricia Wise (1998) Brisbane: Australian Key Centre For Cultural and Media Policy, ISBN 0-86857-915-7 (AUS) 14
New Frontiers for Employment in Europe: Heritage, the arts and communication as a laboratory for new ideas, Carlo Bodo, Rod Fisher eds. (1998) Rome: Associazione Economia per la Cultura (IT) 14
Poverty & Oysters: The social impact of local arts development in Portsmouth, François Matarasso (1998) Stroud: Comedia (UK) 14
Public Policy and the Arts, Ruth-Blandina M. Quinn (March 1998) Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, ISBN 0-84014-174-3 (UK) 14
Stimulating Social Inclusion Spending, Stephen Cashman, Jane Dancer (1998) Manchester: North West Arts Board (UK) 14
World Congress on the Status of the Artist, UNESCO (1997) Paris: UNESCO. (FR) 14
Creativity of Older People, South East Arts Board (Forthcoming spring 1999) Tunbridge Wells: South East Arts Board (UK) 14
Cultural Diversity Research, North West Arts Board (forthcoming spring 1999) Manchester: North West Arts Board (UK) 14
American Canvas Gary O. Larson (1998) Washington: National Endowments for the Arts. US 15
Art Works! Prevention Programs for Youth & Communities, Dian Magie, Christine E. Miller eds (1997) National Endowments for the Arts. US 15
Cultural Conclusions: A Summary of Cultural and audio-visual conferences and meetings, DCMS (1998) London: Department for Culture, Media and Sport. UK 15
Cultural Policies in Europe: A Comparative approach, Mario d'Angela, Paul VespÇrini (1998) Council of Europe Publishing, ISBN: 92 871 3391 3. FR 15
Cultural Policies: Cultural administration in Austria, Heinz Rôgl (1998) Vienna: Federal Chancellery, ISBN: 3 9011 9239 1. AT 15
Information on Artists 2: Abstract, Joan Jeffri, Robert Greenblatt (1998) New York: Research Centre for Arts and Culture, Columbia University. US 15
Our Creative Diversity: A Critical Perspective, UNESCO (1997) Oslo: Norwegian National Commission for UNESCO, ISBN: 82 7172 013 9. NO 15
Preservation and Development of Cultural Life in Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, UNESCO (1997). FR 15
The Arts and Young People in Wales, Arts Council of Wales (1998) Cardiff, Arts Council of Wales. UK 15
The Economic Impact of the Arts and Cultural Industries in Wales, Jane Bryan et al (November 1998) Arts Council of Wales. UK 15
The Making of a Programme Diary: A study of the programming of Arts presentation at arts centres in Britain, Nobuko Kawashima (November 1998) Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick, ISBN: 1 902808 00 2, UK 15
The Power of Culture Conference Report, KSTvHP Journalistern ed. (1997) The Hague: NEDA, ISBN: 90 5328 124 X. NL 15
The State and the Arts: An analysis of key economic policy issues in Europe and the United States, John W. O'Hagan (1998) Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, ISBN: 1 85898 287 1. UK 15
Transforming the Future Quality of Life: Rethinking Freetime and Work, W. H. Martin, S. Mason, (1998) Sudbury: Leisure Consultants. UK 15
Youth Research, Define (September 1998) Marketing the Arts in Oxfordshire. UK 15
FUNDING
A survey of Local Authority Expenditure on the Arts in England, Andrew Feist, Gill Dix (January 1994) Arts Council of Great Britain, UK 1
Discretionary Award Provision in England and Wales, Felicity Fletcher-Campbell, Wendy Keys, Lesley Kendall of the National Foundation for Educational Research (March 1994) Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, ISBN: 0 903319 67 5. UK 1
Individual Giving and Volunteering in Britain, 6th Edition, Peter Halfpenny, Alan Tice (1993) Charities Aid Foundation, ISBN: 0 904757 951. UK 1
Individual Giving and Volunteering Survey, 1st Edition, Charities Aid Foundation, Foundation de France, Cruz Roja Espanola, Canadian Centre for Philanthropy, and Independent Sector (USA) (1994) Charities Aid Foundation, ISBN: 0 904757 595. US 1
Local Authorities and the Arts, A discretionary or Mandatory Role? Gill Dix, Andrew Feist (June 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 1
Public Attitudes to Local Authority Arts Funding, Gill Dix, Andrew Feist (June 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 1
Resources for Urban Areas,Historical and Current Context, Gill Dix (April 1993) Arts Council of Great Britain, UK 1
Business Sponsorship of the Arts in the UK 1993/94#, Association for Business Sponsorship of the Arts (Autumn 1994) ABSA, UK 2
The Continuing Decline in Discretionary Awards from Local Authorities for Drama Students, Conference of Drama Schools (February 1994), UK 2
Leisure and Recreation Statistics 1994/95 Estimates, Elaine Heard, Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (September 1994) CIPFA, ISSN: 0260 7603, UK 2
Local Authority Arts Expenditure in Scotland 1992/93, Scottish Arts Council and the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (February 1994) UK 2
London and the Lottery, Samples of capital need in the arts in Greater London, Alan Tomkins, with research by Phyllida Shaw and Keith Allen (April 1994) The London Arts Conference, UK 2
Public Attitudes to Local Authority Arts Funding, Statistical Paper no 2, Gill Dix, Andrew Feist (September 1994) Arts Council of England, UK 2
Business Sponsorship for the Arts 1993/94, Helen Dye, RÇgis Gaultier-Cochefort (November 1994) ABSA, UK 3
Creative Partnerships, Funding Agreements Between Local Authorities And Voluntary Arts Organisations, Sandy Craig, Kenneth May, Leisure Futures (October 1994) London Arts Board, ISBN: 0 947784 225. UK 3
ILAM/NCA Arts Survey, Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management (ILAM) and The National Campaign for the Arts (November 1994), ILAM, in its Journal The Leisure Manager, October/November 1994. UK 3
Partnerships with the Private Sector, Cathy Hunt, Positive Solutions (Spring 1994) Positive Solutions with support from the Arts Council of England, UK 3
The Arts and Tobacco Sponsorship, Astrid Miorcec de Kerdanet, (September 1994) Cerec. UK 4
Cultural Funding in Australia, Australian Bureau of Statistics (November 1994) Australia Council, ISBN: 0 642 22211 8. AU 4
Funding Dance and Drama Training. The case for change, The National Campaign for the Arts, British Actors' Equity Association; The Conference of Drama Schools; The Council for Dance Education and Training; The Society of London Theatre; The Theatrical Management Association. (November 1994) National Campaign for the Arts, London. UK 4
Local Authorities and the Decline in Funding for Dance and Drama Students, Conference of Drama Schools (March 1995) Conference of Drama Schools. UK 4
1994 Crime Bill Analysis: Funding Opportunities in the Arts and Humanities, Donald A Moore, Nina Ozlu (NALAA Vice-president of Government Affairs), Nancy Langan (NALAA), Esther Macintosh (Federation of State Humanities Councils) (October 1994) NALAA, US 5
Funding the Arts and Culture through Dedicated State Lotteries, Part II, J Mark Davison Schuster (Summer 1995) Harwood Academic Publishers, in The European Journal of Cultural Policy Volume 1, No.2, ISSN: 1074 6897. UK 5
An assessment of the Potential Long-term Effects on the Arts of the National Lottery, Katie Martin-Doyle (October 1995) University of Warwick, Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, UK 6
Business Support for the Arts 1994/95, National Research Survey, ABSA, Marketing and Development (February 1996) ABSA, UK 6
Synphonic Variations: An international comparative evaluation of orchestral repertoire and funding, Rufus Rottenberg (December 1995) UK 6
Third Survey of Local Authority Spending on the Arts, Arts Council of England/Arts Council of Wales (June 1996). UK 6
Austrian Theatres Cost Too Much! A Summary of a Research Project in Vienna,' Monika Mokre, The European Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 2, No.2 (1996) Reading: Harwood Academic Publishers. () 9
Arts Statistics & Trends 1987-1996, Graeme Evans, Judy White (forthcoming) London: Arts Council of England 9
Business Sponsorship of Cultural Activities 1993-94 Cultural Trends in Australia No. 3, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1996) Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics (AUS) 8
Creating Social Capital, a study of the long-term benefits from community-based arts funding, Deidre Williams (1996) Adelaide: Community Arts Network of South Australia (AUS) 7
Cultural Funding in Australia 1993-94, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1996) Canberra: Cultural Industries Statistics Working Group of the Cultural Ministers' Council (AUS) 8
Culture as Commodity? The Economics of the Arts & Built Heritage in the UK, Bernard Casey, Rachael Dunlop, Sara Selwood (1996) London: Policy Studies Institute (UK) 9
Discretionary Awards in Dance & Drama, a survey of local education authorities, Caroline Sharp and Lesley Kendall (1996) Slough: National Foundation for Educational Research (UK) 7
Employment Impact of the National Lottery, Graeme Evans (1997) London: Centre for Leisure & Tourism Studies, University of North London (UK) 9
Funding of the Performing & Visual Arts, First Report, National Heritage Select Committee (1996) London: HMSO (UK) 7
LEA Policies Regarding Discretionary Awards 1995/96, Conference of Drama Schools (1996) London: Conference of Drama Schools (UK) 8
Les Dépenses Culturelles des Collectivités Territoriales en 1993, Catherine Lephay-Merlin (1996) Paris: Département des études et de la prospective (FR)
Local Authority Expenditure on the Arts 1992-93, New Zealand, Philip Donnelly (1996) Wellington: Creative New Zealand (NZ) 9
Local Authority Expenditure on the Arts in England, 1995/96, ACE Research Report No. 6, Jane O'Brien, Andy Feist (1996) London: Arts Council of England (UK) 9
Local Government & the Arts: A Statutory Duty for the Arts, ACE Research Report No. 7, Gill Dix, Andy Feist (1996) London, Arts Council of England (UK) 9
London & the Lottery Volume 11: The Experiences of Smaller Arts Organisations, Phyllida Shaw, Keith Allen (1996) London: The London Arts Conference (UK) 7
Looking Ahead, Private Sector Giving to the Arts and the Humanities, USA, Nina Kressner Cobb (1996) Washington DC: President's Committee on the Arts & Humanities (USA) 9
Public Expenditure on the Arts & Culture in Finland (English summary), Pekka Oesch (1996) Helsinki: Arts Council of Finland (FIN) 9
Study into Ways of Boosting Arts Funding through a Share Scheme, Moore Stephens Chartered Accountants (1996) London: Department of National Heritage (UK) 7
Survey of Grant Allocations to Building-Based Theatres, Charles Morgan (1995) Bournemouth: Charles Morgan (UK) 7
Survey of Local Authority Leisure Services Expenditure in England & Wales, 1995-96, Graeme Evans (1995) London: Centre for Leisure and Tourism Studies, University of North London (UK) 8
The Artist & the Market. The response of artists to working under different economic conditions, Egil Bjornsen (1995) Edisvoll: Egil Bjornsen (NOR) 7
The Economic Value of Volunteering, The Volunteer Centre (1995) London: The Volunteer Centre (UK) 7
The Lottery of Lottery Funding, McCann, Matthews, Millman Ltd (1996) Cardiff: Institute of Welsh Affairs (UK) 8
Cultural Funding in Australia 1995-96, National Centre for Culture and Recreation Statistics, Australian Bureau of Statistics (1997) Canberra: The Cultural Ministers Council Statistics Working Group (AUS) 12
Local Funding: The Impact of the National Lottery Charities Board, Julia Unwin, Peter Westlan