Pioneering Minds Worldwide: On the Entrepreneurial Principles of the Cultural and Creative Industries : Actual Insights Into Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship Research

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Eburon Uitgeverij B.V., 2012 - 191 pages
Even after the recent economic crisis, cultural and creative industries are still able to easily draw audience members and consumers, as well as new talent to enrich these fields. Exploring the topic from economic, artistic, and policymaking perspectives, Pioneering Minds Worldwide is an interdisciplinary approach to these trades on a global scale, while making an important distinction between the cultural sector—products that are consumed on the spot, such as concerts or dance performances—and the creative sector, which generates artistic products that we have a protracted interaction with, i.e. design, architecture, and advertising. The authors of these highly informative essays offer new concepts and viewpoints on the entrepreneurial dimension of the cultural and creative industries in sixteen countries and explore how urban area development, new technological innovations, and education all influence these continually expanding industries.

 

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Table des matières

Preface
5
New Knowledge needed on Creative 12 The cosmopolitan homo economicus
12
the global cultural economy 19 Be Creative UnderClass
19
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28
building from
31
cultural industries 37 Strategic practice in creative
37
Artists Way of Entrepreneurship 46 More or less governance inside cultural
46
Concepts Perspectives
55
cultural and economic importance
70
130
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Urban Area Development
92
Cultural Routes as levers for innovation
99
Redefining creativity in a diversified
105
Yigit Ecren and Zeynep Merey Enlil
113
Innovation
120
Artists interventions for innovation
130

and support across creative industries 62 Publishers as cultural intermediaries
62
105
66
FrancesJoseph
138
Pioneering Minds Worldwide
185

Expressions et termes fréquents

À propos de l'auteur (2012)

Giep Hagoort is professor of art and economics at Utrecht University and Utrecht School of the Arts. Aukje Thomassen is associate professor in design and head of research at Auckland University, New Zealand School of Art + Design. Rene Kooyman is a publicist and managing editor of the EU EACEA Research on the Entrepreneurial Dimension of Cultural and Creative Industries.

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