List of publications

Below is a full list of publications and presentations by Christopher Madden. Found a broken link? Tell me about it. I’ll be mighty grateful.

Academic
Cultural policies in Australasia: Editorial
Special Australasian Edition Part 2, Cultural Trends, vol. 20(1), 2011.
Cultural statistics in Australasia: Editorial
Special Australasian Edition Part 1, Cultural Trends, vol. 19(4), 2010.
Monolithic cultural policy
in Oakley and Anderson, eds., Making meaning, making money: Directions for the arts and cultural industries in the creative age, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008.
Cross-country comparisons of cultural statistics: Issues and good practice
Cultural Trends, vol. 14(4), 2005.
Indicators for arts and cultural policy: A global perspective
Cultural Trends, vol. 14(3), 2005.
International networks and arts policy research
International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 11(2), 2005.
Creativity and arts policy
Journal of Arts Management, Law & Society, vol. 34(2), 2004.
Creativity, health and arts advocacy
with Taryn Bloom, International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 10(2), 2004.
An economic model of the visual arts industry in Australia
with David Throsby, Visual Arts Industry Guidelines Research Project Working Paper, 2001.
Advocating creativity
with Taryn Bloom, International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 7(3), 2001.
Using ‘Economic’ impact studies in arts and cultural advocacy: a cautionary note
Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, no.98 (February), 2001.
Living art: Artists between making art and making a living
with Merijn Rengers, Australian Bulletin of Labour, vol. 26(4), 2000.
Harmony, aesthetics and anaesthesia: Utilising a broad definition of cultural economics
with S M Bonetti, International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 2(2), 1996.

Media/commentary

Cultural policy
Measuring the impact of cultural policies
Culture360 Magazine, 3 November 2011
An introduction to New Zealand cultural policy: Part 1; Part 2
Culture360, 28 July 2011
Policies for boosting arts demand
Culture360, 12 July 2011
An introduction to Australian cultural policy
Culture360, 5 July 2011
Modelling the economic impacts of cultural policies
artspolicies.org, 17 June 2011
Crowdsourcing government arts funding
Artshub, 1 April 2011
Encouraging the academy
ArtsHub, 18 February 2011
A poverty of inquiry?
ArtsHub, 26 November 2010
An arts council by any other name
Overland, Spring 2010
In defence of the Australia Council
Artshub, 2 August 2010
Australia’s creative revolution
Artshub, 13 July 2010
IFACCA and global arts policy research
Arsis 3; pp.12-13, 2004

Animal and human rights
Save the frogs day
animalrightshub.org, 13 April 2011.
Australian research becoming crueller to animals
animalrightshub.org, 17 November 2010.
Peter Singer on animal ethics, cannibalism and other tasty morsels
animalrightshub.org, 14 December 2009.
Gala dinner celebrates Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Amnesty International Australia, 16 December 2008.

Policy research
Findings on artists’ employment, professional practice, and tax and social security issues
Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts February 2010, Commonwealth of Australia, 2010.
Review of artists’ employment issues: Report on information gathering exercise
Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts February 2010, Commonwealth of Australia, 2010.
Literature review: artists, taxes and social security
Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts February 2010, Commonwealth of Australia, 2010.
Data on artists’ employment and professional practice in Australia
Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Communications and the Arts February 2010, Commonwealth of Australia, 2010.
Global financial crisis and recession: Impact on the arts
D’Art topics in arts policy No. 37, IFACCA, 2009.
National arts advocacy campaigns: Overview of case studies and good practice
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 16, IFACCA, 2009.
The independence of government arts funding: A review
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy no.9, IFACCA 2009.
Statistical indicators for arts policy
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy no. 18, 2005.
Making cross-country comparisons of cultural statistics: Problems and solutions
Australia Council Research Centre Working Paper No. 2, 2005.
Arts and disability policies
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 10, 2004.
Creating connections: Trends in government support for artistic creativity
Report on the Second World Summit on the Arts and Culture, Singapore, August 2003, Sydney, IFACCA, 2004.
Musical instrument banks: Online materials
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 8, 2003.
Conflict of interest policies in arts and culture funding agencies
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 4, 2002.
International comparisons of arts participation data
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 2, 2002.
Defining artists for tax and benefit purposes
D’Art Topics in Arts Policy 1, 2002.
An information model for culture and leisure: Initial papers
Unpublished internal document, Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2001.
The Australian arts industries: Statistical profiles and recent trends
Planning for the Future, Australia Council for the Arts, 2000.
Discussion paper: The economic benefits of art
Creative New Zealand, 1998.
Employment in the cultural sector
Wellington, Statistics New Zealand and Ministry of Cultural Affairs, 1998.
New Zealand cultural statistics
with Anne Spellerberg and Sarah Paterson, Wellington, Statistics New Zealand and Ministry of Cultural Affairs, 1995.
New Zealand framework for cultural statistics
with Anne Spellerberg, Wellington, Statistics New Zealand and Ministry of Cultural Affairs, 1995.

Presentations and forums
Cultural Policy
co-presenter, Masters of Arts Management, Australian Institute of Music and Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia, 2007 and 2008.
What should an Australian cultural policy look like?
plenary panel member, How are we going?, Directions for the arts in the creative age, Byron Bay, Australia, August 2005.
Upping the Impact of Arts Research
guest expert, Fuel4Arts online forum, September-October 2004.
International networks and arts policy research
presenter, Third International Conference on Cultural Policy Research, HEC Montréal, Montreal, Canada, August 25-28, 2004.
The Social Impacts of Arts Activities
panel member, What Do We Reckon? Measuring the Economic, Social and Cultural Impacts of Arts Activities in Australia, Byron Bay, Australia, July 2004.
Making the Case for the Arts
rapporteur, Second World Summit on the Arts and Culture, Singapore, November 2003.

Policies for boosting arts demand

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