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Title: Performance measurement and evaluation in arts management : a meta-synthesis
Authors : Labaronne, Leticia
Published in : Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement
Volume(Issue) : 3
Issue : 1
Pages : 37
Pages to: 69
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Transcript
Issue Date: 30-May-2017
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Language : English
Subject (DDC) : 306: Culture
Abstract: This study analyzes the performance measurement and evaluation literature in (nonprofit) arts management by conducting a meta-synthesis, which is both a process and a product of explorative scientific enquiry. Meta-syntheses go beyond the well-known procedure of literature reviews, often used to summarize the current state of knowledge in a particular field, in that they produce formal integrations that offer novel understandings of the reviewed literature. This article presents, in the results section, the consolidated understandings under four thought-provoking titles: First, ‘Third time’s a charm?’ describes the development phases identified in the body of performance measurement and evaluation literature. Second, ‘A paradigm on the move?’ refers to the dominance of the positivist research tradition and signals the quest for alternative approaches. Third, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ illustrates that the international literature tends to emphasize the benefits and learnings of performance measurement and evaluation practices (pride) while a rather prejudicial attitude is observed among the German-written literature. Fourth, ‘Good Cop, Bad Cop’ takes the debate to a higher level by thematizing the interplay between arts management research and cultural policy. The conclusion discusses the four titles through the lens of system theoretical discourse.
Further description : Green OA (12 months embargo, published PDF)
Departement: School of Management and Law
Organisational Unit: Center for Arts Management (ZKM)
Publication type: Contribution to Magazine or Newspaper
DOI : 10.14361/zkmm-2017-0103
ISSN: 2363-5525
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