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16 August 2006

Arts Management newsletter on creative industries

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putting people first
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Arts Management newsletter
The latest issue of the Arts Management newsletter is devoted to the creative industries, with a specific global angle (America, Asia, Australia and Europe).

Table of contents:

  1. Interview with Richard Florida
  2. Economic contributions of Singapore’s creative industries
    (download report – pdf, 164 kb, 25 pages)
  3. The emerging creative industries in Southeastern Europe
    (download e-book – pdf, 688 kb, 198 pages)
  4. Digitalisation, copyright, and the music industries
    (download paper – pdf, 188 kb, 21 pages)
  5. The 2005 creative industries reports in USA
    (download reports – scroll down)
  6. Play it right – Asian creative industries in London
    (download report – pdf, 552 kb, 58 pages)
  7. Creative policies in Barcelona
    (download paper – pdf, 28 kb, 3 pages)
  8. Books about creative and cultural industries
  9. Education: creative industries faculty in Brisbane (Australia)
  10. Preview: a critique of creative industries
  11. Preview: creative industries in focus at Germany’s music fair POPKOMM
  12. Web guide for creative industries

Download newsletter (pdf, 244 kb, 11 pages)

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