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eBook Pricing The Priceles ePub

by William D. Grampp

  • ISBN: 0465063217
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: William D. Grampp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Basic Books; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (October 5, 1989)
  • Pages: 290
  • ePub book: 1369 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1900 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Pricing The Priceles book. Pricing the Priceless: Art, Artists and Economics. 0465063217 (ISBN13: 9780465063215).

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ISBN 10: 0465063217 ISBN 13: 9780465063215. Publisher: Basic Books, 1989.

Pricing the Priceless lets the hot air out of the inflated prices of art and shed much-needed light on art's values and the determinants of value. Therefore, collectors should walk, not run, to their nearest bookstore to corner their copies of this important book"- A. David Silver, author of The Inside Raider.

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Grampp, 1989) A collector who purchases the work of a living artist must be resigned to the . Applied Economics 31: 1331-35. Grampp, William D. (1989) Pricing the Priceless: Art, artists, and economics, NewYork: Basic Books.

Grampp, 1989) A collector who purchases the work of a living artist must be resigned to the fact that the artist may produce additional works in the future which will tend to lower the price of their acquisition. The prospect of future increases in supply, therefore, tends to reduce the current price of works by living artists. Nardinelli, Clark and Simon, Curtis (1990) Customer Racial Discrimination in the Market for Memorabilia: The Case of Baseball. Quarterly Journal of Economics 105: 575-95.

Throughout, Grampp implies that financial acquisitiveness is the prime human motivation, a premise that may be contested by many. He goes on to point out many of the inconsistencies that plague governmental efforts to promote the arts-arguing, for example, that since only 38% of Americans polled were in favor of governmental subsidies for the arts, there is an inequity in the allocation of tax dollars for such purposes. To those who reject this argument, he states, ". .you must believe there is nothing amiss about taxing people to pay for what most of them do not want.

Explains how artists act as entrepreneurs, why art is a poor investment, how art auctions work, why governments subsidize art, and why art museums seek to grow