CULTURAL GOODS AS A SPECIFIC PRODUCT ON THE SERVICES MARKET
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Zakharova Elena N. Doctor of Economics, Professor Kodzhamanyan Svetlana M. Applicant for Candidate’s Degree, Economics and Management Department
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This paper considers the specific characteristics of cultural goods which determine the need to support their producers by the state. The author studies the peculiarities of manifestations of «cost of disease» in the market of cultural goods and mechanisms of leveling their consequences.
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Zakharova E.N., Kodzhamanyan S.M., (2016), CULTURAL GOODS AS A SPECIFIC PRODUCT ON THE SERVICES MARKET. Business in Law, 6: 256-258.
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Keywords:
cultural goods, patronized goods, meritoria good, "disease costs", state support in the sphere of culture.