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Constructing a Creative Agricultural Complex Base on the Law for Development of the Cultural and Creative Industries in Taiwan

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105287, PP. 1-11

Subject Areas: Agricultural Science, Law

Keywords: Creative Agricultural Complex, Cultural and Creative Industries, Creative Culture Laws, Agricultural Industries

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In a broad sense, agriculture is part of the creative culture industry. Through the concept of verification of the Creative Culture Industry Development Law, this study discusses the core issues that must be paid attention to when promoting the agricultural cultural and creative industries to achieve the lack of economic benefits. This study reviews the definition of cultural and creative industries and the focus of Taiwan’s original culture industry development law and proposes a new concept of an agricultural complex. The concept of an agricultural complex also echoes the urban complex and the tourism complex. Finally, this study proposes conclusions and recommendations for the creative agriculture complex from the two directions of agricultural resource and technology integration.

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Hung, T. , Hsu, C. and Chen, Y. (2019). Constructing a Creative Agricultural Complex Base on the Law for Development of the Cultural and Creative Industries in Taiwan. Open Access Library Journal, 6, e5287. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1105287.

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