About Us

The Cultural Economics research group addresses issues pertinent to the application of theoretical models and methods to culture-related questions, such as culture consumption, audience perception, artists’ labor market, culture and innovation, museum economy, culture and territory, festival and local development, among other topics.

Since its creation, more than 15 studies have been published in national and international scientific journals or as chapters in national and international books, eight master’s and doctorate orientations and more than 20 graduation course completion orientations. Moreover, the group’s leader is an elected member of Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) and Rede Iberoamericana de Economia da Cultura (RIEC).

Members

Ana Flávia Machado

Coordinator

Alice Demattos Guimarães

Researcher

Bárbara Freitas Paglioto

Researcher

Aline Fernanda de Sousa Silva

Graduanda

Cínthia Santos Silva

PhD Student

Danielle Fernandes Costa Machado

Researcher

Fernando Uba Carielo Vieira

Undergraduate

Gabriel Borges Vaz de Melo

Researcher

João Luiz de Figueiredo Silva

Researcher

Jonas da Silva Henrique

PhD Student

Júlia Papini Bittencourt

Graduanda

Lorena Ferrari Auarek

Undergraduate

Mariângela Furlan Antigo

Researcher

Maria Eduarda Guimarães e Sousa

Undergraduate

Maria Luísa Zarur Guarisa

MSc Student

Rodrigo Cavalcante Michel

Researcher

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