Association for Cultural Economics International
ACEI is pleased to announce its new working paper collection.
As part of the ACEI commitment to improve scientific progress in the field of Cultural Economics, we are launching the ACEI Working Paper Series. The aim of this collection is to disseminate scientific advances among colleagues and to the society at large in the field of Cultural Economics. We will include the ACEI Working Paper Series at Ideas-Repec.
Working paper proposals should contain methodological advances or empirical applications about cultural economic issues. Papers must be genuinely original and unpublished. That is, not having been published or in press at any other journal.
ACEI encourages members to submit their working papers for publication to this collection.
Working paper proposals will be peer reviewed. We will try to review the proposal within 30 days. In hopes of making this practicable we will ask referees to make an up or down recommendation and to provide a very short explanation for their recommendation.
AWP-1-2014 Luigi Di Gaetano and Isidoro Mazza "Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow: On the implications of deaccess policies on donations to museums"
AWP-8-2013 Carolina Asuaga, Fanny Trylesinski and Gabriela Medeiros "Satellite Culture Account for Uruguay: Visual and Plastic Arts Sector"
AWP-7-2013 Karol J. Borowiecki and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez "Video Games Playing: A substitute for cultural consumptions?"
AWP-6-2013 Lars Hakonsen and Knut Loyland "Local government allocation of cultural services"
AWP-5-2013 Beatriz Plaza, Pilar Gonzalez-Casimiro, Paz Moral-Zuazo and Courtney Waldron "Culture-led City Brands as Economic Engines: Theory and Empirics"
AWP-4-2013 Tiziana Cuccia, Calogero Guccio and Ilde Rizzo "Does Unesco inscription affect the performance of tourism destinations? A regional perspective"
AWP-3-2013 Federico Etro, Silvia Marchesi and Laura Pagani "The Labor Market in the Art Sector of Baroque Rome"
AWP-2-2013 Karol J. Borowiecki "Agglomeration Economies in Classical Music"
AWP-1-2013 Antonello E. Scorcu and Laura Vici "Economic and Cultural Factors and Illegal Copying in the University Textbook Market"
AWP-5-2012 Andreas Wagener "Why Do People (Not) Cough in Concerts? The Economics of Concert Etiquette"
AWP-4-2012 Kathryn Graddy "The Extraordinary Art Critic Roger de Piles (1635-1709): An Empirical Analysis of his Rankings and Sale Prices"
AWP-3-2012 Jose Ignacio Azuela-Flores, Victor Fernandez-Blanco and Maria Jose Sanzo-Perez "Movie Reviews: Who Are the Readers?"
AWP-2-2012 Bronwyn Coate and Tim R.L. Fry "Better off Dead? Prices Realised for Australian Paintings Sold at Auction"
AWP-1-2012 Victoria Ateca-Amesto and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez "Forecasting Accuracy of Behavioural Models for Participation in the Arts"
AWP-4-2011 Fernanda Gutierrez-Navratil, VÃctor FernÃ¡ndez-Blanco, Luis Orea and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez "How Do Your Rivals' Releasing Dates Affect Your Box Office?"
AWP-3-2011 Fabian Bocart, Ken Bastiaensen and Peter Cauwels "The 1980s price Bubble on (Post) Impressionism"
AWP-2-2011 Aday Hernandez and Juan Luis Jimenez "Do Supermarkets Reduce the Number of Traditional Bookshops? An Empirical Application to the Textbook Market in Spain"
AWP-1-2011 Andrew M. Jones and Roberto Zanola "Retransformation Bias in the Adjacent Art Price Index"
1. Proposals have to be sent in Word or PDF format by email to Kathryn Graddy (email@example.com) and Antonello Scorcu (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject "ACEI Working Paper Submission".
2. Working papers should be a maximum of 7500 words in length.
3. Abstracts should be no longer than 200 words.
4. Provide up to six keywords which encapsulate the principal topics of the working paper.
5. A brief autobiographical note should be supplied including:
o Full name
o E-mail address
o Full international contact details
6. Title page should include title, authors' filiations, abstract, JEL codes and keywords.
7. The main text should start in a new page.
8. Tables should be typed and included as part of the manuscript.
9. References to other publications must be in the Journal of Cultural Economics style.