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The ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management and Policy is a annual publication with articles on cultural research, launched in October 2011.
The objective of the Journal is to stimulate the debate on the topics of cultural management and cultural policy among scholars, educators, policy makers and cultural managers. The Journal is based on a multidisciplinary perspective and aims at connecting theory and practice in the realm of the cultural sector.
The ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management and Policy is overseen by an international editorial board and an advisory board of leading academics.
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- The construction of cultural leadership. Jonathan Price, On The Edge Research, UK.
- The mind of the artist/the mind of the leader: what neuroscience can teach us about the training of arts managers and leaders. David Edelman and Jennifer Green, Shenandoah University. Winchester, VA, USA.
- “Originated in China”: Western opera and international practices in the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts. Silvia Giordano, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy
- Cultural Capital schemes in Asia: mirroring Europe or carving out their own concepts? David Ocón, School of Technology for the Arts, RP Singapore
- Checkboxes and radio buttons: metrologies, cultural policy, and the dispositif of art management. Asko Kauppinen and Berndt Clavier, Malmö University, Sweden.
- Factors affecting strategic management attitudes and practices in creative industries organizations. Marge Sassi, Estonian Business School, Estonia; Ülle Pihlak, Estonian Business School, Estonia, and Toomas Haldma, University of Tartu, Estonia.
- Foreign cultural policy in processes of transformation: perceptions of German-Tunisian cultural exchange. Meike Lettau and Caroline Knoblich, University of Hildesheim, Germany.
Length: 103 pages
ISBN: ISSN 2224-2554
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- From “serving” public arts institutions to creating intercultural contexts:
cultural management in Germany and new challenges for training. Birgit Mandel, Institut für Kulturpolitik Universitität Hildesheim, Germany.
- Understanding the role of cultural networks within a creative ecosystem:
a Canadian case-study. Mary Blackstone, Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research, University of Regina, Canada; Sam Hage, Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research, University of Regina, Canada; Ian McWilliams, Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research, University of Regina, Canada.
- More is better! Current issues and challenges for museum audience development:
a literature review. Mara Cerquetti, Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism; University of Macerata, Italy.
- Festivalisation of cultural production:
experimentation, spectacularisation and immersion. Jennie Jordan, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.
- Changing Movie! Film Commissions as drivers for creative film industries:
the Apulia Case. Pamela Palmi, Department of Economic Sciences, University of Salento, Italy; Fabio Caputo, Department of Economic Sciences, University of Salento, Italy; Mario Turco, Department of Economic Sciences, University of Salento, Italy.
- Unresolved issues: students’ perceptions of internships in arts and cultural management. Antonio Cuyler, Florida State University, Tallahassee, United States; Anne Hodges, Florida State University, Tallahassee, United States.
- An integrated and networked approach for the cultural heritage lifecycle management. Giovanna Mangialardi, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy; Angelo Corallo, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy; Marco Esposito, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy; Laura Fortunato, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy; Alessandro Monastero, A.R.Va – Archeologia Ricerca e Valorizzazione s.r.l., Lecce, Italy; Laura Schina University of Salento, Lecce, Italy.
Length: 96 pages
ISBN: ISSN 2224-2554
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- Spillover Effects in Europe –a new research front. Jonathan Vickery, Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
- Bilateral cultural diplomacy: 50 years of Philippine experience (1959-2009). Lawrence Charles Salazar, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Manila, Philippines.
- Fostering the creation of cross-sectorial networks: key drivers for culturerelated collaborations in Italy’s Po Delta Region. Elena Borin, Department of Economics and Management, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy.
- Conservation of cultural heritage: from participation to collaboration. Petronela Spiridon, Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES), Kőszeg, Hungary; Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi – ARHEOINVEST Platform, Iași, Romania, and Ion Sandu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi – ARHEOINVEST Platform, Iași, Romania.
- Changing the image of elderly people in Poland: the senior citizen as an important audience member and creator of culture. Alicja Jakubowska, Ewa Kłosiewicz and Michał Mękarski, Regional Observatory of Culture, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.
- Intangible cultural heritage projects – National policies and strategies. The creation of intangible cultural heritage inventories. Teodora Konach, Jagiellonian University, Warsaw, Poland.
Length: 80 pages
ISBN: ISSN 2224-2554
- Cultural heritage policies as a tool for development: discourse or harmony? Sigrid Van der Auwera, University of Antwerp, and Annick Schramme, University of Antwerp/Antwerp Management School
- Critical Issues for Research in Arts Management. Antonio C. Cuyler, Florida State University, USA.
- Experiential Learning Theory applied to the Degree Profiles of the Arts and Cultural Management Programmes in Europe. Kristina Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia.
- The Journey not the Arrival Matters: Developing Intercultural Awareness and Communication Skills in Tourism Education. Ana Gonçalves, Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies (ESHTE); TERRiTUR, Centre for Geographical Studies, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
- Democratization or vulgarization of cultural capital? The role of social networks in theater’s audience behavior. Carmela Milano, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
- Symbolic Economy and Creative Management: Cultural and Creative Industries Urging for New Approaches. Li-Min Lin, Peking University, Beijing, China, and Tain-Dow LEE, Shih Chien University, Taipei, Taiwan.
- Promoting digital competences for the enjoyment of culture: new literacy challenges. Ana Viñals Blanco, Fernando Bayón Martín and Cristina Ortega Nuere, Institute of Leisure Studies, University of Deusto (Bilbao), Spain.
Length: 78 pages
- Financing the Arts in France. Sylvie Pflieger, Université Paris Descartes, France.
- State Funding of Local Cultural Economic Development Initiatives in Massachusetts: Are All Communities Created Equal? Richard G. Maloney, Boston University, USA.
- Influences of local socio-political context on the management of preservation training centres in developing countries: Brazil as a case study. Karla Penna, Curtin University of Australia/ Centre for Advanced Studies in Integrated Conservation (CECI - Brazil), and Elisabeth Taylor, Curtin University of Australia.
- Storytelling and Urban Collective Consciousness: An Organic Brew of Participatory Creativity. Zoi Tsiviltidou, University of Arts, Belgrade.
- Art & Design Education at the Crossroads. John Steers, National Society for Education in Art and Design, United Kingdom.
- The arts and culture: a financial burden or a way out of the crisis? Jean-Michel Tobelem, Option Culture, France.
- British and French Libraries facing the economic crisis. Alexandre Massipe, University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.
Length: 67 pages
- Can Leisure Studies enlighten the development of cultural audiences? Cristina Ortega, Almudena Eizaguirre, and Macarena Cuenca, Official Research Team Leisure and Human Development, University of Deusto, Spain.
- Digital Diplomacy Rhetoric: International Policy Frame Transformations in Diplomatic Discourse (The case study of the UK digital diplomacy). Natalia Grincheva, City University London, United Kingdom.
- New Systems for Theater Management in Japan: Problems and Prospects. Emiko Kakiuchi, Miyako Sumi, and Kiyoshi Takeuchi, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan.
- Opportunities and Critical Points for the Introduction of Performance Measurement Systems in Theatres: A Comparison between Theoretical Assumptions and Empirical Realities. Francesco Badia and Elena Borin, University of Ferrara, Italy
- Digital Futures in Policy and the Cultural Sector in the UK. Ashley Wong, DOXA, United Kingdom.
Length: 72 pages
- Sustainable Development and Cultural Policy: Do They Make A Happy Marriage? Géraldine Dallaire and François Colbert, HEC Montréal, Canada.
- Content Meets Practice in Cultural Management Education. Eeva Kuoppala, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
- Management Models of Symphonic Orchestras in the Czech Republic and their Development in the 21st century. Lucie Šilerová, Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Czech Republic.
- Cultural Education towards Creative Entrepreneurship among Marginalized People. Constance DeVereaux, University of Arizona, United States.
- Projects as the Institutional Context for Cultural Managers: A critical approach. Pekka Uotila, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
Length: 64 pages
- The Financial Crisis and its Impact on the Current Models of Governance and Management of the Cultural Sector in Europe. Lluís Bonet, University of Barcelona, Spain, and Fabio Donato, University of Ferrara, Italy.
- Artistic quality as leadership success: The conductor’s leadership role in the act of music making. Sanja Petricic, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia.
- Local art museums and visitors: Audience and attendance development Theoretical requirements and empirical evidence. Mara Cerquetti, University of Macerata, Italy.
- Analysing the Public Cultural Supply. Leisure as an innovative tool for the generation of values. Agustín Arosteguy and Ana Goytia, University of Deusto, Spain.
- Contents and Aims of Management Plans for World Heritage Sites: A Managerial Analysis with a Special Focus on the Italian Scenario. Francesco Badia, University of Ferrara, Italy.
- Do public television channels provide more diversity than private ones? Joëlle Farchy, Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France, and Heritiana Ranaivoson, IBBT-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.
- Art contribution to cities’ transformation. The role of Public Art management in Italy. Silvia Mazzucotelli Salice, University of Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy.
Length: 76 pages