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The hallmarks of this transformation include new ways of assessing the value of cultural products, appreciating the diversification of sources for financing, understanding new methods of increasing public appeal, and most notably, a heightened emphasis on budgetary priorities.
In this context of financial rationalisation, a strong need has developed for a reassessment of the sector. The majority of book publishing, news, multimedia, theatre, television and cinema is produced by multinationals that now look for “enlightened” managers. Companies that produce and disseminate cultural goods and activities strive to recruit high-level managers who are capable of developing their activities and creating and overseeing cultural production.
A trailblazer in the arts and culture management arena, this Specialised Master offers the additional advantage of a double-degree: the Specialised Master® degree from ESCP Europe (conferred by the French “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles”), and the Master di II livello of the Università Ca’Foscari Venezia.
Professor, Law and Tax Law Department, ESCP Europe
Ph.D. in Private Law, Université de Paris V; Qualified to supervise doctoral research
Research Areas: Intellectual property, Law for new technologies