Analyzes the cycles and trends in the economic health of symphony orchestras. Discusses factors affecting their revenues and expenses, as well as linkages to orchestra policies, market characteristics, and competition for audiences and support.
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Title: The Economic Environment of American Symphony Orchestras
Publication date 2008-03-01
Publication Year 2008
Robert J. Flanagan
Stanford University Graduate School of Business
North America / United States
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