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Author Li, Yining, author.

Title Cultural economics / Yining Li
Published New York : Routledge, 2020
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Series China perspectives
Summary "Culture is a priceless inheritance and source of wellbeing that is of immense value to humankind. Cultural economics sets out to examine the nature and social benefits of cultural products and phenomena as they exist in the market. This volume is the masterpiece of Li Yining, one of the best-known Chinese economists, active in devoting his attention to the role of culture in the economy since the 1950s. Considering the importance of culture in the development of socialism with Chinese characteristics, the author combines cultural history, economic history and the history of economic thought to produce unique perspectives. This book not only introduces the central concepts of cultural economics and the culture industry, but proposes several groundbreaking views that greatly influenced the culture policies of China, including cultural adjustment, cultural confidence and cultural checks and balances. Researchers and students of economics, cultural studies, and Chinese politics, as well as policy makers, will benefit from this volume"-- Provided by publisher
Notes Includes index
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Subject Culture -- Economic aspects -- China
Economics -- China -- Sociological aspects
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2020019367
ISBN 1000197034
1000197077
1000197115
1003095887
9781000197037
9781000197075
9781000197112
9781003095880
Other Titles Wen hua jing ji xue. English