1. Introduction (Ian W. King and Annick Schramme)
1.1 Preliminary Thoughts.
1.2 Corporate Governance.
1.3 What is Cultural Governance?
1.4 General Principles of Governance
1.5 Methodology and Empirical Journeys
1.6 Concluding comments and Model for development
2. Ethiopia (Karan Khurana)
2.2. The Cultural dimensions of Ethiopia
2.3. The role of Governments in promotion of Culture
2.4. The Problems of the Cultural sector in Ethiopia.
2.5. Cultural Governance and Its relevance to Ethiopia.
2.6. Conclusions and the Future of Arts and Culture.
3. Taiwan (Ching-Ju Cheng, Debbie Chieh-Yu Lee and Jerry Lui)
3.2. Characteristics and Strengths of Art and Cultural Sector in Taiwan
3.3. Cultural Governance in Taiwan
3.4. Five Principles of Good Governance in Taiwan
3.5. Results of the Questionnaires in Taiwan
4. China/Hong Kong (Ding Yu and Ian W. King)
4.2. Formation of the Basic Fine Arts System Since 1949
4.3. The Reconstruction and Reform of Arts Institutions in the New Era
4.4. The Transformation of Arts System in the Market Economy of the 1990s
4.5. The Emergence of Art Management in the New Century and the Construction of Future Art System.
4.6. Hong Kong – new beginnings or burdens from the past?
4.7. Discussion and Concluding Comments
5. India (Archana Suranna and Benoy Thoompunkal)
5.2. Value of Arts and Culture to people and society of India
5.3. Prevention and Promotion of Indian Art & Culture
5.4. Cultural Governance in Indian System
5.5. Traditional to Technology Culture
5.6. Patrons, Practitioners and Managers- Private and Public Sector
5.7. Principles of Cultural Governance in Indian Context
5.8. Boards and Governing Councils of Cultural Organizations
5.9. The value and contribution of (internal and external) stakeholders
5.10. Funding of Indian Cultural organizations.
5.11. Fund generation by Cultural Institutions;
5.12. Finance and budgeting
6. Australia (John Smithies, Raji Uppal)
6.1. Introducing Australia
6.2. The contemporary setting
6.3. “Cultural policy” in Australia and the complementarity between
nation, region and local level.
6.4. 'Cultural governance' in Australia
6.5. The ‘five principles’ in Australia
6.6. Cultural Development Network – current trends and concluding
7. South Africa (Avril Joffe, Munyaradzi Chatikobo, Annabell Lebethe , Johanna Mavhungu)
7.2. South Africa and the arts and culture sector
7.3. The relevance and significance of the 5 principles of cultural
7.4. The values and contribution of stakeholders.
7.5. Additional Principles of Cultural Governance in the South African
8. Brazil (Renata Berman)
8.2. The place of Arts and Culture in Brazil.
8.3. Culture and the private sector
8.4. Providing context: Brazil
8.5. Background to cultural governance.
9. Serbia (Milena Dragićević Šešić and Nina Mihaljinac)
9.2. Cultural sector: strengths and weaknesses
9.3. Methodology of the research
9.4. Contradictory paths of cultural governance: analysis of the research
9.5. Conclusions: Managing routine or managing quality: Cultural
10. USA (Sherburne Laughlin)
10.2. The United States Context
10.3. Philanthropy in the United States
10.4. Nonprofit and Arts and Culture Boards in the United States
10.5. The 5 Principles and the United States Boards
10.6. The Future of U.S. Arts and Culture Boards
11. Conclusion (Ian W. King and Annick Schramme)
11.2. General Observations
11.3. Towards a New Model