How does the performing arts deal with cost disease?-A case study of QTC’s art policy
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This article uses the Queensland Theatre Company (QTC) as an example, and from a policy perspective in order to explore a particular economic issue-cost disease. By analyzing its art policy, clarification is provided regarding the issues faced by QTC with respect to cost-disease, and how they have developed policies to mitigate these concerns. Further, shortcomings related to this policy and appropriate recommendations are also provided.
Cost disease, performing arts