Survival in the Cultural Market: The Case of Temporary Exhibitions
The aim of this paper is to identify empirically the factors that influence the duration of the temporary exhibitions, distinguishing between prolonged and non prolonged ones. We use a sample of 259 exhibitions that took place in Italy over the period 2002-2005. The empirical evidence allows for the identification of some structural characteristics of this market and the existence of observable differences between prolonged and non prolonged shows.
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