The Supply of Arts Labour : Towards a Dynamic Approach
AbstractEarlier work on the supply of labour of artists has shown that, whenever workers derive satisfaction from the process of work, which is usually the case for artists, some traditional results are reversed. As their proponents make clear this analysis is essentially static, as it does not take into account the intertemporal dimension of the supply of labour. The paper argues that to provide such a dynamic analysis three routes are available: the human capital approach, the household production approach and the evolutionary approach. The paper, therefore, is aimed at discussing the adequacy of various theoretical approaches to the treatment of a specific question. Copyright Kluwer Academic Publishers 2001
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arts; consumption; evolution; human capital; innovation; labour; work-preference;
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