The European Art Market in 2002: A Study
Published by The European Fine Art Foundation
(Helvoirt, The Netherlands) in March 2002. The work has reshaped the understanding of the global trade in fine art, and antiquities, and specifically of taxation and regulation of the art trade in the European Union.
Click here for an executive summary of the entire work, including two Tables. The entire
book is available for sale through The European Fine Art Foundation, which can be contacted
through www.tefaf.com, its website.)
The Global Market for Modern & Contemporary Art 2000-2004
Published by The European Fine Art Foundation (Helvoirt, The Netherlands) in March 2005. The work addresses two topics: Defining, sizing, and analyzing for the first time the global market for modern and contemporary art; and analyzing the potential impact on the trade in those works of a levy unique tothe European Union.
"The Collateral Value of Fine Art "
Clare McAndrew, PhD (Kusin staff economist) and Rex Thompson, PhD (Collins Professor of Finance, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University), Journal of Banking and Finance, forthcoming.
"Are Presale Art Auction Estimates Unbiased: Some Affirming Evidence."
Currently a Kusin/SMU working paper, the work has been submitted to a journal of economists and statistics. Individual authors: Clare McAndrew, PhD (Kusin staff economist) and Rex Thompson, PhD (Collins Professor of Finance, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University).
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