UTAS Research


So if live music making in Australia alters the states of physical, human, social and symbolic capital in individuals, firms and communities, how is this economically expressed? The economically valuable outputs of live music that impact on the welfare of all Australians is considered in this next section.

Ultimately, it is estimated that in 2014 live music making in Australia enabled at least 15.7 billion dollars worth of such benefits across the community.