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Galenson, D.
Galenson, D. W.
Galenson, David
Galenson, David W.
Galenson, David Walter
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1951-
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American Economic Association
Bruegel, Martin (1960-)
Cambridge University Press
Econometric Society
Galenson, David
Harvard University
Jensen, Robert (1954-)
Kotin, Joshua
National Bureau of Economic Research
National Bureau of Economic Research (Cambridge, Mass.)
National Bureau of Economic Research Affiliation (see also from)
Pope, Clayne L.
University of Chicago / Department of Economics
Weinberg, Bruce A.
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Age and the quality of work the case of modern American painters
ANALYZING ARTISTIC INNOVATION : THE GREATEST BREAKTHROUGHS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
And now for something completely different: the versatility of conceptual innovators
Anticipating artistic success (or, how to beat the art market): lessons from history
Artistic capital
Artists and the market: from Leonardo and Titian to Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst
BACK STORY OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY ART, THE
Careers and canvases: the rise of the market for modern art in the nineteenth century
careers of modern artists evidence from auctions of contemporary paintings, The
Careers of Modern Artists, The : Evidence From Auctions of Contemporary Paintings
Co-authoring advanced art
Conceptual revolutions in twentieth-century art
CONCEPTUAL WORLD, A : WHY THE ART OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY IS SO DIFFERENT FROM THE ART OF ALL EARLIER CENTURIES
Creative careers: the life cycles of Nobel laureates in economics
Do the Young British Artists rule (or: has London stolen the idea of Postmodern art from New York?): evidence from the auction market
Filming images or filming reality: the life cycles of movie directors from D.W. Griffith to Federico Fellini
From ``White Christmas'' to Sgt. Pepper : The Conceptual Revolution in Popular Music
From the New Wave to the New Hollywood: the life cycles of important movie directors from Godard and Truffaut to Spielberg and Eastwood
From "White Christmas" to Sgt. Pepper: the conceptual revolution in popular music
Globalization of Advanced Art in the Twentieth Century, The
greatest architects of the twentieth century: goals, methods, and life cycles, The
GREATEST ARCHITECTS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE : GOALS, METHODS, AND LIFE CYCLES
GREATEST ARTISTS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE
GREATEST PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE
INDENTURE SYSTEM AND THE COLONIAL LABOR MARKET: AN ECONOMIC HISTORY OF WHITE SERVITUDE IN BRITISH AMERICA, THE
Innovators: architects
Innovators filmmakers
INNOVATORS : SONGWRITERS
Late bloomers in the arts and sciences answers and questions
Life cycle of modern artists theory, measurement, and implications
LIFE CYCLES OF MODERN ARTISTS, THE : THEORY, MEASUREMENT, AND IMPLICATIONS
Literary Life Cycles : Measuring the Careers of Modern American Poets
Lives of the Painters of Modern Life, The : The Careers of Artists in France from Impressionsm to Cubism
Markets in history economic studies of the past : [papers presented at a conference session, New Orleans, december 1986]
Masterpieces and markets: why the most famous modern paintings are not by American artists
METHODS AND CAREERS OF LEADING AMERICAN PAINTERS IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY, THE
MOST IMPORTANT WORKS OF ART OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE
New York School versus the School of Paris, The : Who Really Made the Most Important Art after World War II?
NEW YORK SCHOOL VS. THE SCHOOL OF PARIS, THE : WHO REALLY MADE THE MOST IMPORTANT ART AFTER WORLD WAR II?
New York School vs. the School of Paris: who really made the most important art after World War II?, The
One-hit wonders: why some of the most important works of modern art are not by important artists
Painting by proxy: the conceptual artist as manufacturer
Painting outside the lines : patterns of creativity in modern art
PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A VERY YOUNG OR VERY OLD INNOVATOR, A : CREATIVITY AT THE EXTREMES OF THE LIFE CYCLE
PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG OR OLD INNOVATOR, A : MEASURING THE CAREERS OF MODERN NOVELISTS
Portraits of the artist: personal visual art in the twentieth century
Precedence and wealth evidence from nineteenth century Utah
Quantifying artistic success: ranking French painters, and paintings, from impressionism to cubism
REAPPEARING MASTERPIECE, THE : RANKING AMERICAN ARTISTS AND ART WORKS OF THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY
RISE AND (PARTIAL) FALL OF ABSTRACT PAINTING IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE
Toward Abstraction Ranking European Painters of the Early Twentieth Century
Traders, planters, and slaves market behavior in early English America
Two paths to abstract art: Kandinsky and Malevich
Understanding Creativity
Was Jackson Pollock the greatest modern American painter? a quantitative investigation
White servitude in colonial America ; an economic analysis
Who Are the Greatest Living Artists? the View from the Auction Market
Who were the greatest women artists of the twentieth century? a quantitative investigation
Wisdom and creativity in old age: lessons from the impressionists
You cannot be serious: the conceptual innovator as trickster
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Diss. : Harvard University : 1979
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