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In our 2013 study, A Dynamic Mapping of the UK’s Creative Industries , we noted that concepts like the ‘creative industries’ and ‘creative economy’ – indeed ‘creativity’ itself – although widely used by policymakers, lacked sufficiently clear and rigorous definitions. The report aimed to address...
What does the Australian census tell us about how artists earn their living?
Comparatively speaking, today we live in a statistical paradise, with local and global data on just about any aspect of the production, distribution and consumption of culture. The data capture, mining...
Creative skills are widely distributed across economies, but their contributions to economic performance and social outcomes and their role in enabling nations and institutions to respond to competitive and other pressures are not well understood.
The British Government pioneered the...
The creative workforce represents 5.4 per cent of total employment, according to this summary of some of the key findings of the Creative Industries National Mapping Project. The project has developed new definitions and methodologies for revealing the employment and business characteristics of the creative...