By Mikael Scherdin, Ivo Zander
This pioneering booklet explores the connections among artwork and creative tactics and entrepreneurship. The authors expertly establish numerous parts and concerns the place study on artwork and creative tactics can tell and increase the conventional box of entrepreneurship study.
Nine unique chapters via a world workforce of students take a close examine the assets of recent artwork rules, how they're remodeled into tangible items of artwork, make their manner via usually adverse choice environments, and eventually pass directly to develop into valued and approved through most of the people. creating a variety of unique contributions on the crossroads of paintings and entrepreneurship, the publication speaks to researchers throughout those fields, training artists drawn to selling and gaining popularity for his or her paintings, in addition to policymakers considering sustained dynamics of the paintings enviornment.
Entrepreneurship researchers attracted to new advancements within the box will locate this certain ebook invigorating. It additionally serves as a useful resource of concept for teachers and practitioners attracted to social and cultural entrepreneurship.
Contributors: D. Barry, M. Bonnafous-Boucher, R. Cuir, P. Frankelius, S. Haefliger, ok. Lindqvist, S. Meisiek, M. Partouche, M. Scherdin, M. Søndergaard, I. Zander
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This pioneering ebook explores the connections among paintings and creative procedures and entrepreneurship. The authors expertly establish numerous parts and matters the place examine on artwork and inventive tactics can tell and boost the normal box of entrepreneurship study. 9 unique chapters by means of a global staff of students take a close examine the assets of recent paintings principles, how they're reworked into tangible items of artwork, make their manner via usually opposed choice environments, and finally move directly to develop into valued and approved by way of most people.
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It is for this reason that technological progress is incarnated less in the role of capital and more in the figure of the entrepreneur. One of the best examples of the process of “productive combination” is provided by Henry Ford. Ford became an entrepreneur in 1906 at the age of forty-three. Previously, he had been the head of an independent company. In 1909, more than three years after becoming an entrepreneur, he began to produce his famous Model T. And Ford became “Fordist” when he succeeded in combining a production line technique with an industrial policy based on the principle of a progressive decrease in prices.
Gerlach and C. pdf, 8 October 2007. Lindqvist, K. (2007). Blood transfusions and constant critique. The artist as entrepreneur in the experience economy. In D. Hjorth and M. Kostera (eds), Entrepreneurship and the Experience Economy. Copenhagen: CBS Press: 27–54. Lindqvist, K. (2008). The myth of management as art, the management of art as myth. In M. ), Organizational Epics and Sagas. Tales of Organizations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 131–41. A. (2001). Cultural entrepreneurship: Stories, legitimacy, and the acquisition of resources.
Fifth, both the arts and entrepreneurship literatures have evolved in somewhat similar patterns over time, even though entrepreneurship as a distinct field of research has emerged only during the last few decades; arts history and theory has developed since the 16th century. indd 16 26/01/2011 11:15 Artist entrepreneurs 17 finally, the consumption of both artworks and entrepreneurial novelties is a significant defining element, as it is only through acceptance and consumption that their status is confirmed.
Art Entrepreneurship by Mikael Scherdin, Ivo Zander