Cultural Trends

(The TQCC of Cultural Trends is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
“A plague upon your howling”: art and culture in the viral emergency59
Cultural and creative ecosystems: a review of theories and methods, towards a new research agenda38
The need for robust critique of research on social and health impacts of the arts36
Five months under COVID-19 in the cultural sector: a German perspective30
From public good to public value: arts and culture in a time of crisis28
Covid-19 and the African cultural economy: an opportunity to reimagine and reinvigorate?25
Valuing Culture and Heritage Capital: A framework towards informing decision making23
The next normal: Chinese indie music in a post-COVID China22
Culture as care: Argentina’s cultural policy response to Covid-1920
Gamification and cultural institutions in cultural heritage promotion: a successful example from Italy19
Fire, pestilence and the extractive economy: cultural policy after cultural policy18
Is it really about the evidence? argument, persuasion, and the power of ideas in cultural policy17
So close yet so far: DIY cultures in Portugal and Brazil16
Music and wellbeing vs. musicians’ wellbeing: examining the paradox of music-making positively impacting wellbeing, but musicians suffering from poor mental health15
Digital access, skills, and dollars: applying a framework to digital exclusion in cultural institutions12
The impact of austerity measures on local government funding for culture in England11
Understanding the value of the creative arts: place-based perspectives from regional Australia11
France and the restitution of cultural goods: the Sarr-Savoy report and its reception10
Editorial: Art and culture in the viral emergency10
Culture wars? The (re)politicization of Swedish cultural policy9
Understanding changes to perceived socioeconomic and psychosocial adversities during COVID-19 for UK freelance cultural workers9
A hard day’s night: building sustainable careers for musicians9
Visiting pop concerts and festivals: measuring the value of an integrated live music motivation scale9
Urban art in Lisbon: opportunities, tensions and paradoxes8
Do the cultural industries offer labour market opportunities for women and youth? A global south case study7
Tangibles, intangibles and other tensions in the Culture and Communities Mapping Project7
Precarious work and creative placemaking: freelance labour in Bristol7
Funding resilience: market rationalism and the UK’s “mixed economy” for the arts7
Patronage as a way out of crisis? the case of major cultural institutions in Spain6
Negotiating hybridity, inequality, and hyper-visibility: museums and galleries’ social media response to the COVID-19 pandemic6
The impact of COVID-19 on the cultural and creative industries: determinants of vulnerability and estimated recovery times5
Cultural capitals and creative labour of short video platforms: a study of wanghong on Douyin5
Selection and survival in the field of cultural production: a longitudinal study of the Australian census5
Justifying creative work: Norwegian business support and the conflicting narratives of creative industries5
Urban and rural preferences for cultural policies and infrastructures4
Inclusive online community arts: COVID and beyond COVID4
The transformative role of Angels’ cultural organisations under austerity4
Embracing the messiness: a creative approach to participatory arts evaluation4
Who cares for creative and cultural workers? The role of intermediaries in Europe’s creative economy3
Public value of cultural heritages – towards a better understanding of citizen’s valuation of Austrian museums3
What does Emily in Paris say about the “Netflix quota” and the “Netflix tax”?3
The “music city” paradigm and its policy side: a focus on Brisbane and Melbourne3
Left cultural populism and podemos: is it possible to newly orient cultural policy in Spain?3
Living theatrical approach to creative placemaking: the case of Xisan Film Studio project in China3
Care in creative work: exploring the ethics and aesthetics of care through arts-based methods3
Cracking up: the pandemic effect on visual artists’ livelihoods3
The impacts of digital initiatives on musicians during COVID-19: examining the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall3
Screen monopoly and diversity: a comparative study between the Korean and French film industries3
Creative industries’ new entrants as equality, diversity and inclusion change agents?3
War memorials, between propaganda and history: Mleeta Landmark and Hezbollah2
Opera-ting on inequality: gender representation in creative roles at The Royal Opera2
Cultivating progressive development in the cultural industries: challenges and support needs identified by the creative workforce in the United Kingdom2
Decolonising the cultural policy and management curriculum – reflections from practice2
Designed for the job? An empirical study on the determinants of design graduates’ work choices2
The UK museum boom: continuity and change 1960–20192
Supporting the cultural industries using venture capital: a policy experiment from South Korea2
Heritage conservation and the limitation of public-private partnerships2
Relocation, relocation, relocation: examining the narratives surrounding the Channel 4 move to regional production hubs2
The paradox of impact measurement in cultural contexts2
Unequal entanglements: how arts practitioners reflect on the impact of intensifying economic inequality2
“Where is your fixed point?” Dealing with ambiguous freelance musician careers2
Understanding creative economy policies in the Canadian context: a case study of “Creative Canada”2
“It’s been a roller coaster”: insights from performing artists on the COVID-19 pandemic and cultural policy2
Developing craft business in Russia: capitals and tactics of young cultural entrepreneurs2
Between cultural trade and cultural development: examining the first decade of UNESCO's International Fund for Cultural Diversity2
Opera houses as cultural white elephants? The effect of the creative city model, bureaucratic mismanagement and lack of accountability in Valencia's opera house2