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Constraints and Countermeasure Analysis on the Development of Cultural Creative Industry in Jilin Province  [cached]
Wen FANG,Rui CUI,Honghui WANG
Management Science and Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.3968/j.mse.1913035x20120604.1881
Abstract: Cultural creative industry is an emerging industry in the 21st century, which is also a new growth point in the local economic development. In recent years, cultural creative industry in Jilin province has made remarkable development effectiveness and plays a great role in promoting the economic growth. However, some problems have been exposed while the rapid development in cultural creative industry. This paper aimed at studying the main constraints of the development of cultural creative industry in Jilin province, so that it can be promoted to a sustainable and healthy development. Key words: Cultural creative industry; Constraints; Creative
Analysis on the International Competitiveness of Beijing’s Cultural Creative Industries  [PDF]
Kexin Cao, Jishun Niu
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2017.73011
Abstract: This paper analyzes the competitiveness of Beijing’s cultural creative industries, investigates the overall competitiveness of Beijing’s cultural creative industries in the international market share, and reveals the comparative advantage and industrial competitiveness of Beijing’s cultural creative industries in cultural creative products and cultural creative services. This study comprehensively evaluates the competitiveness of Beijing’s cultural creative industries.
THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL-CREATIVE INDUSTRIES ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH – A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH  [PDF]
Titan Emilia,Voineagu Vergil,monica_todose@yahoo.com
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2008,
Abstract: Culture is a powerful tool to communicate values and to promote objectives of public interest that are broader than wealth creation. The economy of culture entails both cultural and creative sectors. It has to be noted that, along with the development of the information and communication technology (ICT) sector, the contribution of culture to the economy has gradually been acknowledged, in particular with the development of the cultural industries. One way of measuring the economy of culture focuses on the value added to the economy. Also, we present several statistical indicators that quantify the dimension of the cultural-creative field, and identify an econometrical multiple model that reveals the relationship between some of them. In the article it is applied the analysis of variance method in order to identify the existence of significant differences between geographical and between linguistic-cultural European regions, according to the values of some of the statistical indicators.
Constructing a Creative Agricultural Complex Base on the Law for Development of the Cultural and Creative Industries in Taiwan
Ta-An Hung, Chia-Kai Hsu, Yi-Chen Chen
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105287
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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.
Progress in the Study of Cultural /Creative Industries by Geographers
文化创意产业的地理学研究进展

ZHAO Jimin,LIU Weidong,
赵继敏
,刘卫东

地理科学进展 , 2009,
Abstract: From the 1990s onwards,human geographers in Western countries have done a lot of research on cultural/creative industries with other disciplines,such as sociology,communication and media,urban planning,and economics.The researches involved many subjects including the agglomeration of cultural industries,the relationship between industries and city environment,and the methodology of study in this field.As cultural/creative industries are a new phenomenon in economy,there are many disputes in these subjects.G...
Convergence, Creative Industries and Civil Society Towards a New Agenda for Cultural Policy and Cultural Studies  [cached]
Colin Mercer
Culture Unbound : Journal of Current Cultural Research , 2009,
Abstract: In this article I start with a personal experience "cameo" from 1996 in Australia and extrapolate from that some issues that remain relevant in the sometimes trou-bled relationship between cultural studies and cultural policy. These are encapsu-lated in the three "cs" of convergence, creative industries and civil society which provide a new context for both new research and new policy settings. The argu-ment is developed and situated in historical terms by examining the "cultural technologies", especially the newspaper, and subsequently print media in the 19th century, electronic media in the 20th century and digital media in the 21st century which provide the content, the technologies and the rituals for "imagining" our sense of place and belonging. This is then linked to ways of understanding culture and cultural technologies in the context of governmentality and the emergence of culture as a strategic object of policy with the aim of citizen- and population for-mation and management. This argument is then linked to four contemporary "testbeds" - cultural mapping and planning, cultural statistics and indicators, cul-tural citizenship and identity, and research of and for cultural policy - and priori-ties for cultural policy where cultural studies work has been extremely enabling and productive. The article concludes with an argument, derived from the early 20th century work of Patrick Geddes of the necessity of linking, researching, un-derstanding and operationalising the three key elements and disciplines of Folk (anthropology), Work (economics), and Place (geography) in order to properly situate cultural policy, mapping and planning and their relationship to cultural studies and other disciplines.
De industrias culturales a industrias del ocio y creativas: los límites del campo cultural From Cultural Industries to Entertainment and Creative Industries. The Boundaries of the Cultural Field
Raúl Rodríguez Ferrándiz
Comunicar , 2011, DOI: 10.3916/c36-2011-03-06
Abstract: El artículo analiza la tendencia actual a la dilución del concepto de industrias culturales en fórmulas como industrias del ocio , del entretenimiento o incluso industrias creativas . Revisamos la bibliografía reciente especializada, acotamos el alcance y los solapamientos entre los términos mencionados y argumentamos que rubrican la deriva del concepto de cultura , íntimamente asociada a nuevos espacios y tiempos de su disfrute, a mutaciones tecnológicas de los productos culturales, a cambios en la titularidad de sus proveedores, así como de los roles de autor, actor y espectador. Para entender esta mutación recurrimos a tres factores: 1) de la materialidad y textualidad fuertes, cerradas, exentas, del producto cultural clásico a la maleabilidad y convertibilidad que permiten las nuevas tecnologías, 2) de una experiencia cultural esencialmente contemplativa y reverente a una experimentación participante, en constante circulación, mancomunada y lúdica; 3) de una aspiración a la permanencia y la hondura, a una constitutiva con tingencia y superficialidad. Finalmente apuntamos implicaciones más ambiciosas, que desbordan el alcance del trabajo: ese totum revolutum que desdibuja las fronteras entre cultivarse y entretenerse, que socava la autonomía de ese disputado tercero en discordia –llamado cultura – entre el trabajo y el ocio (más placentero que el primero y más trascendente y esforzado que el segundo), también alcanza a borrar los límites entre ese ocio cultural y el propio trabajo (el negocio, en definitiva). This article analyzes the current trend towards dilution of the concept of cultural industries and the increasing usage of terms such as entertainment industries , leisure industries or even creative industries . We review recent specialized literature, identify overlapping between the above terms and conclude that this change is a new turning point in the concept of culture, closely associated with new spaces and times for its enjoyment, with the technological evolution of cultural products, changes in the ownership of their suppliers as well as with the shifting roles of author, actor and spectator. To understand this change, we identify and explain three factors: 1) from the strong, closed materiality and textuality of the classic cultural product to the malleability and convertibility permitted by new technologies; 2) from an essentially contemplative, reverent cultural experience to participant experimentation and play; 3) from a desire for permanence and intensity to constitutive contingency and superficiality. We conclude by
Culture and Local Development: the Interaction of Cultural Heritage and Creative Industries Kultūra ir vietin pl tra: kultūros paveldo ir kūrybini industrij s veika  [cached]
Valery Gordin,Marina Matetskaya
Coactivity : Philosophy, Communication , 2011, DOI: 10.3846/coactivity.2011.14
Abstract: The aim of the study is to examine the various forms of interaction between cultural heritage and creative industries to support the development of various types of cultural clusters in St. Petersburg. The study was based on a model, which provides several types of partnership cultural heritage (CH) could have with the creative industries (CI): CH as a “decoration” for the CI, as “content”, as a “brand”, as the creator of the needs. Authors’ classification of cultural clusters in St. Petersburg is described, including clusters of cultural heritage, ethnic cultural clusters, the mass-cultural (consumer-oriented) cultural clusters, art - incubators. One of the main findings is the low willingness of many public cultural institutions to have any form of interaction with the creative industries. The second group of findings concerned the ability to attract creative industries to provide services for residents of St. Petersburg in cooperation with public institutions of culture. Article in English Tyrimo tikslas – analizuoti vairias s veikos tarp kultūros paveldo ir kūrybini industrij formas, skatinan ias vairi tip kultūros grupi pl tr Sankt Peterburge. Tyrimas r m si modeliu, siūlan iu kelis kultūros paveldo (KP) ir kūrybini industrij (KI) bendradarbiavimo tipus: KP kaip KI dekoracija“, kaip turinys“, kaip prek s enklas“, kaip paklausos kūr jas. Autori pateikta kultūros grupi Sankt Peterburge klasifikacija apra o kultūros paveldo, etnin s, masin s kultūros (vartotoj ) grupes, meno inkubatorius. Viena i autori darom i vad yra emas daugelio vie ojo sektoriaus kultūros institucij pasirengimas kurti bet kokius ry ius su kūrybin mis industrijomis. Kitos autori daromos i vados susijusios su kūrybini industrij galimyb mis pritraukti paslaug teik jus Sankt Peterburgo gyventojams, kooperuojantis su vie ojo sektoriaus kultūros institucijomis. Straipsnis angl kalba
Mapping Creative Industries in the Zlin Region
Bedná? Pavel,Grebení?ek Pavel
Journal of Competitiveness , 2012,
Abstract: Mapping of creative industries is a crucial basis for assessing the creative economy in regions. It ensures the development of creative clusters and the subsequent identification of stakeholders and networks. The present approach is to transfer creative industries research from global cities and urbanized old industrial regions to peripheral rural regions, in our case with preserved ethnographic traditions and crafts and tradition in design and film production which forms the core activities of the region. The article discusses the methods of secondary data quantitative analysis of the commercial creative industries from publicly available sources and reveals shortcomings in databases in the Czech Republic. The mapping takes into account the contribution of time factor within the definition of the creative industries segments, where it reveals significant differences not only between them but also, it shows differentiation between enterprises with employees and non-employing enterprises. The article serves as a foundation for the facilitation of creative clusters and creative industries development strategies as instruments that support competitiveness at the regional level.
Experiences of Creative Industries Development in Developed Countries and Enlightenments  [cached]
Hongman Zhang,Jing Wang,Di Liu
Asian Social Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v7n8p237
Abstract: UK, USA, and Germany have relatively advanced creative industries with different characteristics. In this paper, authors try to summarize experiences of developing creative industries in developed countries and put forward strategies for China developing creative industry.
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