Ethics and cultural policy in a global economy


Ethics and cultural policy in a global economy

Sarah Owen-Vandersluis

Palgrave Macmillan, 2003

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ISBN9780333981979: First place on t.p.: Basingstoke, Hampshire

Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-229) and index



Sarah Owen Vandersluis critically examines approaches to cultural policy within the global economy. This study taps into the growing debate on ethical theory and International Political Economy. It challenges the normative positions of nationalists and welfare economists, before developing an alternative communitarian ethics for cultural policy in a global economy. The study concludes with an examination of the practical implications of this ethics in several case studies.


Introduction Contending Views of Culture and the Good Life Welfare Economics and the Moral Relevance of Culture The Ethics of Culture and Community Towards an Ethics for Cultural Policy Cultural Industries and Cross-Border Trade: Canadian Periodicals Examined Prospects for Post-National Cultural Policy: The Case of the European Union Conclusions

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