Andrej Srakar, PhD (Economics), PhD candidate (Mathematical Statistics), University of Ljubljana. He is a research associate at the Institute for Economic Research (IER), an assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana and the co-editor of the Review of Economics and Economic Methodology (REEM). His main research interests are: cultural economics, management, policy and entrepreneurship, mathematical statistics, econometric theory, macroeconomics, economics of ageing. Srakar is the author of the first Slovenian monograph on cultural economics and the lead organiser of several international events in cultural economics in Slovenia. He was a Fulbright scholar at Indiana University Bloomington, USA (2011/12). Furthermore, a co-author of research reports for European Commission, European Parliament and EENC, and he was published in Journal of Cultural Economics, Cultural Trends, Journal of Cultural Heritage, Poetics, IJAM, Journal of Knowledge Management, European Planning Studies and Géographie et cultures. He is the lead author of a chapter for De Gruyter (2015) and chapters for IGI Global (2017), Springer Verlag (2017), Edward Elgar (2018) and Routledge (2018; 2019), and the co-editor of a special issue of Journal of Cultural Heritage (2018).