How to map creative industries
Prof. Xiaoge Xu, Ph.D.
Founder of Creative Industries International
Prof. Phil Graham, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Prof. Elisabetta Lazzaro, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, Netherlands
Prof. Shin D Kim, Hallym University, South Korea
Prof. Anne Harris, RMIT University, Australia
Prof. Michele Willson, Curtin University, Australia
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How to measure creative industries
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Business models of creative industries
Arts in general
Museums, galleries and libraries
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"(With creative industries) from an economic point of view, you get high growth and labour intensity, so you're hitting the button twice."
"(referring to working in the creative industries) it's food for the soul as well as food for the table."
"So the social level of meaningfulness, plus high growth, plus labour intensity, means it's an industry sector that should be taken much more seriously by decision makers and economic planners."
Prof. Stuart Cunningham
"The latest developments and data in Australia, UK, US, China and a few more other countries have demonstrated the increasing vitality and vibrance as well as growing strength and sustainability of creative industries as a major engine of economic growth."