|Defining the Arts and creative Sector|
|Toward an Arts and Creative Sector||p. 9|
|Interrelations in the Arts and Creative Sector||p. 28|
|Field Building: The Road to Cultural Policy Studies in the United States||p. 39|
|The Universality of the Arts in Human Life||p. 61|
|About Artists||p. 75|
|Art and Cultural Participation at the Heart of Community Life||p. 92|
|The Arts and Artist in Urban Revitalization||p. 105|
|The Evolution of Arts and Cultural Districts||p. 129|
|Capital, Commerce, and the Creative Industries||p. 143|
|Internet as Medium: Art, Law, and the Digital Environment||p. 155|
|Historic Preservation in the United States||p. 171|
|Between Cooperation and Conflict: International Trade in Cultural Goods and Services||p. 177|
|Identity and Cultural Policy||p. 197|
|Notes on Contributors||p. 213|
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