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La diversification contre la diversité ? La culture à l’heure des concentrations diagonales

Abstract : What are the stakes of economic concentration within the cultural sector, and how can public policies, and the collective strategies of actors in the music sector, be considered as responses to the most pessimistic expectations of their effects ? This paper examines the extent and manifestations of these concentrations, relying mainly on live performance. Concentration refers to several forms simultaneously operating in cultural sectors : horizontal concentration, which is most often considered, is supplemented by vertical concentration or financial concentration. The simultaneity of the three forms leads us to use the notion of "diagonal concentration". The financial motivation is far from being a convincing and unique explanation for these phenomena. At the very least, the argument must be sifted through a reasoned criticism. The article then focuses on the consequences of inaction, and on ways to redefine a public action adapted to this new context.
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Emmanuel Négrier. La diversification contre la diversité ? La culture à l’heure des concentrations diagonales. Marché et Organisations, L'Harmattan, 2019, n°35 (2), pp.91-117. ⟨10.3917/maorg.035.0091⟩. ⟨hal-02511222⟩



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