Special event

New Europe/New Ideas: Economics and the Arts: A European/American Symbiosis?

October 27, 1999


Alternate Title New Europe/New Ideas: Economics and the Arts: A European/American Symbiosis? with Gigi Bolt, William I. Campbell, Tyler Cowen, Karen Brooks Hopkins, Jeffrey Madrick, Miklós Marschall, Raymond Sokolov
Production Language English
Country of Origin United States
Description With the advent of the euro and shifts of government that impact the link between economics and art-making, questions have been raised about the effect of these changes on the arts and arts funding in the New Europe and beyond. European and American economists, business leaders, and arts professionals debate the new challenges, and explore the relationshop between a transforming European economic system and its impact on global culture.

Participants: Gigi Bolt, Director of Theater and Musical Theater, National Endwoment for the Arts; William I. Campbell, retiring Co-Chief Executive Officer, Global Consumer Business, Citigroup; Tyler Cowen, Professor of Economics, George Mason University; Karen Brooks Hopkins, President, Brooklyn Academy of Music; Jeffrey Madrick, author; Miklós Marschall, economist and former Deputy Mayor Budapest. Moderator: Raymond Sokolov, Editor, Leisure & Arts, The Wall Street Journal.
Identifier 1999f.SE.00011

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