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Table of Contents
                            Thesis Page
Opening Quotes
Contents
Chapter 1
	1. The Economic Lives of Artists: Past and Current Issues
		1.1 Introduction
		1.2 Theoretical Background: the Early Days
			Work-preference and Multiple Job-holding: Adam Smith
			Winner-take-all: Alfred Marshall
		1.3 Theoretical Background: Recent Developments
			Work-preference
			Winner-take-all
		1.4 Research Questions and Outline of the Thesis
			The Chapters in Detail
			Relationships between the Chapters
		Appendix
Chapter 2
	2. Living Art: Artists between Making Art and Making a Living
		2.1 Introduction
			Compensating Differentials and Psychic Income
			The Contribution of Economics
		2.2 The Theoretical Model
			Multiple Job-holding
			Work-preference Model
			Creators and Performers
		2.3The Empirical Model
		2.4The Data
		2.5Analysis
			Earnings Functions
			Labour Supply
		2.6 Theoretical and Research Implications
Chapter 3
	3. The Careers of Graduate Artists in the Netherlands. Do Relative Differences Matter?
		3.1 Introduction
			Concepts and Definitions
		3.2 How to Explain Careers in the Cultural Field?
			Human Capital Theory and Career Progress
			Models of Relative Competition
			The Relation between Financial and Artistic Success
		3.3 Hypotheses
			Inequality
			Dropout Earning Penalty
			Social Background
			Career Characteristics
			School and Study Characteristics
			How these Hypotheses are Tested
		3.4 Data and Description
			Description of the Data
			Work Characteristics
		3.5Results
			Statistical Model
			Labour Market Entrance
			Wage at the first wave
			Wage at the Second Wave
			Artistic Achievements
			The Hypotheses
		3.6 Discussion
Chapter 4
	4. Private or Public? How Dutch Visual Artists Choose between Working for the Market and the Government
		4.1 Introduction
		4.2 The Dutch Market for Visual Art and the Impact of the Government
			Visual Art Policy
			Size and Structure of the Market
		4.3 Decomposition of the Artists’ Earnings
			Multiple Job-holding
			Earnings from Private versus Public Sources
			Applying the Model
		4.4 The Model
		4.5 Data and Description
		4.6 Results
		4.7 Conclusion
		Appendix to Chapter 4: The Likelihood
Chapter 5
	5. Decent Exposure; Exhibition Careers of Dutch Visual Artists
		5.1 Introduction
		5.2 Theoretical Background
			Winner-take-all and Work-preference
			Career Predictions
			Segments
		5.3 Data and description
			Data
			Description of Circuits over the Entire Period
			Description of Circuits Year by Year
		5.4 Analysis of Exhibition Careers
			Results
		5.5 Conclusion, Discussion
Chapter 6
	6. Determinants of Prices for Contemporary Art in Dutch Galleries, 1992-1998
		6.1 Introduction
		6.2 Earlier Studies
		6.3 Description of the Data
			Works of Art
			Artists
			Galleries
		6.4 Supply And Demand On The Primary Market For Visual Art
			Works of Art
			Artists
			Galleries
		6.5 The Advantages of Multilevel Analysis
		6.6 Analysis
			Determinants on the Level of Works of Art
			Determinants on the Level of Artists
			Determinants on the Level of Galleries
			The Random-effects Model
			Explained Variance
		6.7 Conclusion
Chapter 7
	7. The Economic Lives of Artists: Conclusion and Discussion
		7. 1 Introduction
		7.2 Findings from the Chapters
		7.3 Careers of Artists
			The Early Career
			Labour Market Entrance
			The Careers of Visual Artists in the Cultural Sector
			Reward Systems
		7.4 Interpreting Career Differences
			Experience
			Grants
			(Arts) Education
			Place of Residence
			Gender
		7.5 The Theories
			The Bohemian Artist
			Evaluating Work-preference Theory
			Evaluating Winner-take-all Theory
		7.6 Some Recommendations for Research and Policy
			Empirical Analyses
			Policy-implications
			Avenues for Further Research
Summary in Dutch
References
CV + Acknowledgements
ICS Dissertation Series
                        

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