Art, The Appraiser and Econometrics

Articles in professional journals are presumed to be weighty matter – informational sentences that open for the reader insight into a subject about which he or she knows little if anything, and for which enlightenment is sought. This article is on what at first may seem to be a subject far from that of fine art appraising – Econometrics. It’s a hotter topic than you might think initially, but it has been coming up more and more on the pages of newspapers and journals regarding art and art prices.


The above is an excerpt from an article by Elin Lake-Ewald, Ph.D, ASA, RICS, published in the ASA Personal Property Journal, Spring/Summer 2007.

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PPJ Vol 17 (12) 2007 Spring Summer Art the Appraiser and Econometrics