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Fiscal illusion is the political art of crafting tax and expenditure policies to make taxpayers think that taxes are not as onerous as they appear. Sinclair Davidson argues that big government distorts its citizens' fiscal consciousness to allow it to raise more tax revenue and...
This report surveys the literature focusing on the history and theory of the cultural and creative industries. It explores both the history of the idea of the cultural industries and how this has changed and developed our current interest in the creative economy.
There's no tragedy in a digital commons where quality content is king, says Felix Cohen, in this contribution to an on-going debate about the tension between the instant abundance and transferability of information in the Creative Commons and its capacity to act as the foundation...