tbimpp

Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

Trine
Bille
Professor MSO
,
cand.polit., PhD


Kontor: POR/18.B-3.133a
Tel:
+4538152548
E-mail: tbi.mpp@cbs.dk
Præsentation

Trine Bille received her PhD degree from University of Copenhagen, Department of Economics in 1996. She is an economist with an interest in arts and culture, making cultural economics and policy her main research areas. She has published more than 100 books and articles in a variety of outlets. Her work is published in the leading scientific journals of her research field, e.g. Journal of Cultural Economics and International Journal of Cultural Policy, and general leading journals in social science, e.g. Economic Letters, Kyklos, Applied Economics and European Planning Studies, as well as book chapters in books published at leading publishers as Routledge, Elsevier Science and Edward Elgar Publishing, including Handbook of the Economics of Arts and Culture (Series Handbook of Economics, Elsevier Science). Her work has been cited by leading scholars in cultural economics, including Bruno S. Frey, Mark Blaug, David Throsby, Michael Hutter and Ruth Towse. She has been elected as the coming president of ACEI, the Association of Cultural Economics International (the leading academic association of the field) from 2018. She is often a keynote speaker at conferences, and she is often used as consultant and advisor, for e.g. The Royal Danish Theater, The Danish Ministry of Culture and the Norwegian Ministry of Culture.   

Primære forskningsområder
  • Cultural economics / The economics of the arts
  • Cultural entrepreneurship
  • Cultural policy
  • Creative industries and experience economy
  • Urban and regional development
  • Economic valuation
Curriculum Vitae
Sociale medier
Links
Link til denne hjemmeside
www.cbs.dk/staff/tbimpp
Kurser
  • Responsible for the development and manager of a new MSc study program (cand.soc.) in Strategic Design and Entrepreneurship, which is a collaboration between Copenhagen Business School and KADK, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation
  • Member of Study Board and coordinator of the Arts and Culture concentration at BSc Business Administration and Service Management
  • Course coordinator and teacher: "Cultural Economics and Politics", BSc Business Administration and Service Management"
     
Vejledning
  • Numerous Master theses and Bachelor theses. Different study programmes at CBS.
  • Current PhD supervision: Hanna Storm (INO, CBS), Sidsel Kjems (University of Copenhagen), Cecilie Bryld Fjællegaard (INO, CBS).


 

Udvalgte publikationer

New reports about the conditions for visual arts in Denmark published November 22, 2018 (in Danish):

 

  • Baldin, Andrea and Trine Bille (2017): Modelling preference heterogeneity for theatre tickets: a discrete choice modelling approach on Royal Danish Theatre booking data, Applied Economics, vol. 50, no.5, pp 545-558
  • Bille, Trine; Knut Løyland and Anders Holm (2017): Work for Passion? – Labor Supply of Artists, Kyklos, vol. 70, no.3, pp 347-380
  • Bille, Trine and Søren Jensen (2016): Artistic education matters: Survival in the arts occupations, Journal of Cultural Economics, vol. 42, no.1, pp 23-42
  • Bille, Trine, Bruno S. Frey, et al. (2013): Happiness in the Arts – International Evidence on Artists’ Job Satisfaction, Economic Letters, vol. 121, no. 1, pp 15-18
  • Bille, Trine and Günther Schulze (2006): Culture in Urban and Regional Development, In: David Throsby and Victor Ginsburgh (ed.): Handbook on the Economics of Arts and Culture, Series “Handbook of Economics”, general editors K. Arrow and M.D. Intriligator, Elsevier Science, North-Holland, pp 1052-1099
Publikationer sorteret efter:
2013
Thomas Lundhede; Trine Bille; Berit Hasler / Exploring Preferences and Non-use Values for Hidden Archaeological Artefacts : A Case from Denmark.
I: International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 19, Nr. 4, 2013, s. 501-530
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Trine Bille; Cecilie Bryld Fjællegaard; Bruno S. Frey; Lasse Steiner / Happiness in the Arts : International Evidence on Artists' Job Satisfaction.
I: Economics Letters, Vol. 121, Nr. 1, 10.2013, s. 15-18
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Trine Bille / How to Develop a Region through Culture and Creativity : The Foundation Cultiva in Kristiansand .
I: The Value of Arts and Culture for Regional Development: A Scandinavian Perspective. . red. /Lisbeth Lindeborg; Lars Lindkvist. Abingdon : Routledge 2013, s. 161-179 (Regions and Cities, Vol. 64)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
2012
Trine Bille; Donatella De Paoli / Approaches to Stimulate and Support the Cultural Entrepreneur : The Case of Denmark and Norway.
I: Pioneering Minds Worldwide: On the Entrepreneurial Principles of the Cultural and Creative Industries: Actual Insights Into Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship Research. . red. /Giep Hagoort; Aukje Thomassen; Rene Kooyman. Delft : Eburon Academic Publishers 2012, s. 81-83
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Trine Bille; Søren Jensen / Careers, Survival Functions and Income of Artists
Paper presented at The VII International Conference on Cultural Policy Research. ICCPR 2012, 2012
Paper > peer review
Trine Bille / Creative Labor : Who Are They? What Do They Do? Where Do They Work? A Discussion Based on a Quatitative Study from Denmark.
I: Careers in Creative Industries. red. /Chris Mathieu. Abingdon : Routledge 2012, s. 36-65 (Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Trine Bille / Danske kulturpolitiske erfaringer : Oplevelsesøkonomi – den nye vin?.
I: KulturRikets Tilstand 2011. red. /Nanna Løkka; Geir Vestheim. Porsgrunn : Høgskolen i Telemark 2012, s. 40-54 (HiT skrift, Nr. 1)
Konferencebidrag i proceedings
Trine Bille / Kultur- og oplevelsesøkonomien i Danmark : Evaluering af aftale fra 20. juni 2007 om styrkelse af kultur- og oplevelsesøkonomien i Danmark.
København : Deloitte 2012, 106 s.
Rapport > peer review
Trine Bille / The Scandinavian Approach to the Experience Economy : Does It Make Sense?.
I: International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 18, Nr. 1, 2012, s. 93-110
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Trine Bille; Knut Løyland; Cecilie Bryld Fjællegaard / Work for Passion : Labour Supply for Norwegian Artists.
Paper presented at The 17th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2012, 2012
Paper > peer review
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Forskningsprojekter
Bibeskæftigelse
  • Norsk Kulturråd, 2014-:  Medlem af FoU udvalget
  • Norsk Forskningsråd, 2019-: Medlem af porteføljestyret for Velfærd, Kultur og Samfund
  • Norsk Forskningsråd, 2014 - 2019: Medlem af programstyret for forskningsprogrammet KULMEDIA
  • Myndigheden for Kulturanalys og Kulturanalys Norden, Sverige, 2016-: Medlem af det videnskabelige råd
  • Udviklingsplatformen for Scenekunst, 2018-: Bestyrelsesmedlem
  • ROMU, Museerne i Roskilde, Frederikssund og Lejre, 2018-: Bestyrelsesmedlem
  • Kulturministeriet og Danmarks Statistik, 2018–: Medlem af advisory board for kulturstatistik
  • Kulturdepartementet, Norge, 2019: Medlem af metodeudvalget for fremtidige kunstnerundersøgelser
  • Telemarksforskning, 2019: Konsulent på opgaven: Internationalt sammenligningsgrundlag for statslige incitamenter og korrektiver i norsk kunstnerpolitik
  • Rambøll Management, 2019: Konsulent på markedsanalyse vedr. Fredericia Musical Teater
  • Århus Universitet, 2018: Bidrag til RethinkIMPACT, evalueringen af Århus kulturhovedstad 2017
  • Kulturministeriet og Danmarks Statistik, 2018: Medlem af ekspertgruppe vedr. fremtidige kulturvaneundersøgelser