State Aid for Newspapers

Theories, Cases, Actions

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ISBN: 978-3-642-35690-2 (Print) 978-3-642-35691-9 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. State Aid for Newspapers: An Introduction

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-19

      The Context, Purpose, and Structure of the Book

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      Pages 21-46

      State Aid for Newspapers: First Theoretical Disputes

  3. Theoretical Explanations for State Intervention

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 47-47

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      Pages 49-57

      State Support for News: Why Subsidies? Why Now? What Kinds?

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      Pages 59-71

      Industrial Subsidies: Surveying Macroeconomic Policy Approaches

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      Pages 73-83

      Good Intentions, Bad Results: The Effects of Newspaper Subsidies on Journalistic Quality

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      Pages 85-97

      State Aid to the Press in the EU: Legal Issues and Trends

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      Pages 99-111

      Press Governance: A New Concept for Analyzing Press Regulation

  4. Case Study Evidence and Government Actions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 113-113

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      Pages 115-131

      Australia: State Aid to Newspapers—Not a Priority

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      Pages 133-148

      Austria: Press Subsidies in Search of a New Design

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      Pages 149-162

      Belgium: Big Changes in a Small News Economy

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      Pages 163-177

      Bulgaria: Press Subsidies in the Shadows

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      Pages 179-194

      Finland: The Rise and Fall of a Democratic Subsidy Scheme

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      Pages 195-214

      France: Press Subsidies—Inefficient but Enduring

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      Pages 215-235

      Germany: Evaluating Alternatives to Finance Quality Journalism

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      Pages 237-251

      Greece: Press Subsidies in Turmoil

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      Pages 253-269

      Hungary: The State as Strong Media Governor

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      Pages 271-289

      The Netherlands: Initiatives to Subsidise Press Innovation

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      Pages 291-305

      Russia: Subsidies Between Industry Support and State Control

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      Pages 307-322

      Sweden: State Support to Newspapers in Transition

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      Pages 323-336

      Switzerland: The Role of Swiss Post in Indirect Press Support

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