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UK Tries To Measure Arts Policy Impact (And The Arts Don’t Do So Well)

“If anything, we are skeptical of attempts to measure impact. But arts interventions by the government use the same real-world dollars and cents as interventions in other areas. Shouldn’t we hold government spending to a high standard of effectiveness regardless of what those policies are trying to achieve?”
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