FINANCING MODELS IN CULTURE

Authors

  • Sonja M. Bunčić Факултет техничких наука Нови Сад
  • Mina S. Kovačević Правни факултет Нови Сад

Keywords:

financing of culture, budget, public-private partnership, creative industry.

Abstract

One of the key issues related to development and also the survival of culture is its financing. Acceptance of new relationships in society and Serbia`s reforms on its path to European Union led to fundamental changes in field also related to culture. In regards, at the state and society level, it was expected for conception of culture to be observed as the "culture of economics" and at the same time for existing cultural institutions and forms of public funding to be reorganized. The new national legislative framework in the field of culture has established new forms of funding for culture and the new status of cultural subjects. As in most European countries, funding of culture in Serbia is provided by using the combined model of financing culture from public (budgets) and private funds. Culture`s financing from the public funds is done both directly and indirectly. From private funds, in Serbia, new financing instruments, public-private partnerships and financing of cultural activities of market-oriented ones are in the process of development, throughout the development of creative industries.

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Published

2018-09-30

How to Cite

M. Bunčić , S. ., & S. Kovačević, M. . (2018). FINANCING MODELS IN CULTURE. KULTURA POLISA, 15(3), 75–89. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/644

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