3rd INTERREG CONFERENCE - "Creative industries: think tanks for innovative practices in management, strategy and organization?"
by EM Normandie
- Language: eng
- Episodes: 8
- Last: 17 Dec 2014
Creative industries are increasingly seen as strategically significant engine of economic growth, job creation, and social cohesion . The notion of creative industries emerged in the late '90s in political discourse. It groups together such areas as media, multimedia, cinema, music, publishing, video games, interactive software and entertainment, design, advertising, art, shows (OECD definition). Creative industries are generally characterized by production of symbolic content, recourse to high qualified labour, advanced use of technologies in production processes, tendency to exploit clusters of creative expertise in large cities, reliance on intellectual property rights, world connections, regional strategies that aim to develop public collectivities, brands that are tied to production site (place).
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Published: 17 Dec 2014 Duration: 22:33This conference was held in Deauville on 6-8 November 2103 and jointly organized by the EM Normandie and the University of Southampton.This conference was held in Deauville on 6-8 November 2103 and jointly organized by the EM Normandie and the University of Southampton.