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The phenomenon of sunk costs is well-known from anecdotical examples (e.g., Thaler, 1980; Staw, 1981) and controlled experiments (Brockner, Shaw, & Rubin, 1979; Staw, 1976; Staw & Fox, 1977; Arkes & Blumer, 1985).
It seems to me that other aspects of Balinese paintings and their artists are still looked at from the angles of tourism, development and other studies and often shockingly anecdotical. This may be because the world is still amazed by the fact that this tiny island has managed to produce art in such an overwhelming variety over such a relatively long period of time under such different social and economic conditions that it is still impossible to separate one from the other.