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Year: 
1981
Analysis and comparison of how money flows between arts and cultural institutions and local economy through institutional, staff, and audience expenditures and municipal and state revenues and support. Columbus, Minneapolis/St. Paul, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, and Springfield (Illinois) are studied.
Year: 
1977
A general method for estimating the effects of arts and cultural institutions on the economic environment of their communities.
Year: 
2014
Over the course of five years, the NEA brought together teams from 29 states to collaborate on ways to strengthen states' arts education policies. The E ducation Leaders Institute Alumni Summit Report shares the significant findings of what the NEA, its partners, and eight participating alumni states learned together and how it informed the NEA’s arts education strategic plan. This...
Year: 
1996
This study examines the effects of arts education in determining subsequent arts participation. The report provides evidence that arts education is an even greater predictor of arts participation than general education. Louis Bergonzi and Julia Smith.
Year: 
1976
Census data and Bureau of Labor statistics findings charted to compare employment and unemployment among various kinds of artists and the general labor force.
Year: 
1991
The author hypothesizes that becoming involved in the arts is a multi-stage process. A six-stage model is proposed in the study and is tested using data from the 1982 and 1985 Surveys of Public Participation in the Arts. Alan R. Andreasen.