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David Throsby

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Macquarie University
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Report

13 Nov 2017

This is the sixth report in a series carried out independently over thirty years by Professor Throsby at Macquarie University, with funding from the Australia Council. The series tracks trends in the lives and working conditions of Australian artists over thirty years and identifies challenges...

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30 Sep 2015

This paper reports the results of a survey investigating the experiences of Australian authors in the contemporary international book industry – in particular, whether authors are adapting their creative and work practices in response to the technological changes that are currently affecting the...

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27 Aug 2010

The careers of Australian practicing professional artists across all major art forms (except film) are profiled in this economic study.

It is based on interviews with professional artists and includes data on their numbers, incomes, achievements and challenges.

This survey is the...

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04 Jun 2010

 

Seemingly a paradox exists in the arts: creativity and novelty lie at the heart of all artistic endeavour, yet funders call on arts and cultural organisations to be more innovative.

Understanding this paradox is one of the reasons why NESTA embarked on the research on which this...

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24 Nov 2008

This paper addresses three aspects of creativity in Australian society:

• Creative work: Significant numbers of people work in jobs that involve the exercise of creative skills. Is it possible to identify a creative workforce and to assess its contribution to the Australian economy? And...

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24 Nov 2008

This paper addresses three aspects of creativity in Australian society:

  1. Creative work: Significant numbers of people work in jobs that involve the exercise of creative skills. Is it possible to identify a creative workforce and to assess its contribution to the Australian economy?
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