Journal of Arts Management Law and Society

(The TQCC of Journal of Arts Management Law and Society is 1. 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(I)rtist or Counterfeiter? Artificial Intelligence as (D)Evaluating Factor on the Art Market14
The Successful Visual Artist: The Building Blocks of Artistic Careers Model11
Capitalism and Reproduction in the New Museology: The Power Discourses about Chinese Cultural Heritage at the Metropolitan Museum of Art10
A Networked Infrastructure of Cultural Equity? Social Identities in the Missions of Local Arts Agencies6
The Future of Museums. An Analysis from the Visitors’ Perspective in the Spanish Context6
The Artists’ Critique on Crowdfunding and Online Gift-Giving5
The Impacts of Public Art on Cities, Places and People’s Lives5
“Opening Pandora’s Box: Will the Return of Cultural Heritage Objects to Their Country of Origin Empty Western Museums?”5
Building Legitimacy and Learning Lessons: A Framework for Cultural Organizations to Manage and Measure the Social Impact of Their Activities4
Managing and Evaluating the Performing Arts: Value Creation through Resource Transformation4
Unpacking High-Impact Practices in the Arts: Predictors of College, Career, and Community Engagement Outcomes4
Ministry of Cultural Re-Centralization? Spanish Cultural Policy, from a Regionalized State System to Madrid’s Promotion as Hegemonic Cultural Capital (1980-2019)3
Evaluating a Cultural Policy in the Dance Sector. Does Efficiency Always Mean Achieving Goals?3
‘Mapping the Most Influential Art Districts in Shanghai (1912-1948) through Clustering Analysis’3
Cultural Darwinism and the Perils of Privatization: The Case of American Museums3
Professional Career Development in the Arts Management of Supported Studios in Australia3
The Role of Universities in Strengthening Regional Arts Sectors: Central Queensland University and the Regional Arts Services Network2
Revisiting Intellectual Property Rights in African Contexts: A Cultural Democracy Imperative2
The Cultural Entrepreneurship Scorecard: An Instrument for Assessing Cultural Institutions2
Art Practice as Policy Practice: Framing the Work of Artists Embedded in Government2
A Blind Spot? Cultural Field Perspectives on Tourism2
Cultural Democracy, Cultural Equity, and Cultural Policy: Perspectives from the UK and USA2
How Women Leaders of U.S. Dance Organizations Integrate Unique Leadership Approaches and Artistic Strategies to Increase Their Impact as Leaders and Benefit Their Organizations1
A New Direction? The Arts and Central Government Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand, 2017–20201
Within a Carnivalesque Space: The Textual Identity of Danmu and the Rise of Mass Writing1
The Pretty Face of Inequality: Arts Attendance in Panama1
The Impact of Specific versus General Art Expertise on Art Experiences – The Case of the Sistine Chapel1
The Future of the Museum. 28 Dialogues, by András Szántó. 20211
Foreign (In)Direct Investment in Chinese Contemporary Art Game: The Case Studies of Uli Sigg, Guy Ullens and beyond, 1989-20131
Generous and Ungenerous Contracts: Case Study of the Artist William Powhida’s Grevsky and Store-to-Own Contracts1
Integrating Music into Natural Disaster Recovery1
Digital Cultural Politics: From Policy to Practice1
Managing Digital Image Licensing Services in Art History Museums1
Hidden in Plain Sight: Systems Intelligence in Arts Leadership1
Contemporary Art Fairs in Mainland China: From Local to International Status?1
Ethics in Museum Fundraising: Evidence from the Czech Republic1
The Land of (Almost) No Central Government Arts Spending? Cultural Policy, Protestant Denominations, and the Cultural Policy Singularity of Unites States of America1
Olympic Film between Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: The 1964 Tokyo Olympiad and the Postwar Mass Mobilization1
The Arts Council at a Crossroad: stories from Britain and South Korea1
Alternative Values and Stigmatized Agents: Communicating Legitimacy in the Creative Industries1
A Sociological Theory of Contemporary Art Collectors1
Artists and Online Dissemination: An Analysis of Positions and Position-Takings1
Collective Mobilization as a Mechanism for Cultural Democracy: The Case of Guggenheim Helsinki1
The Educational Barriers and Needs of Tertiary Arts Entrepreneurship Education: A Case Study in the Greater Bay Area of China1
Digitizing Cinemas – Comprehensive Intended and Unintended Consequences for Diversity1