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A model of audience formation

A model of audience formation

Economic research in the performing arts [Volume 2, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cultural Economics, May 26-28, 1983, Netherlands]: 109-118

The paper explains an elaboration of the Markovian chain applied to public arts. By examining who came in to a small multi-purpose arts centre in London, housing a theatre, cinema, and three galleries, in what groupings and to what events, the centre was able to assess the relative appeal of their programming.

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