By Alina Hyz, Kostas Karamanis
Analyzing the position of artistic industries, this publication explores local improvement in the financial cycle. utilizing the Greek quarter of Epirus as an in-depth case research, the authors determine the most possibilities for the region’s improvement in addition to the required stipulations and constraints to accomplish destiny monetary development. the decade has obvious inventive industries obtain transforming into cognizance from researchers, resulting in an expanding physique of research, reviews and records. regardless of this, they continue to be to be poorly understood and hence underestimated by means of many societies and coverage makers, together with these within the Greek economic system. Creative Industries in Greece provides an in depth learn of this quarter and disseminates its most sensible practices to envision its strengths, weaknesses, threats and possibilities.
Read or Download Creative Industries in Greece: An Empirical Analysis from the Region of Epirus PDF
Similar industries books
Milady's ordinary Textbook of Cosmetology has led the best way in cosmetology schooling for eighty years through altering to fulfill the evolving wishes of scholars and the marketplace. Having been built after huge research through academic layout specialists, this textbook indicates the main refined tools for relaying info, stimulating notion, helping comprehension, and adorning retention.
Healthcare economics is a subject of accelerating significance end result of the colossal alterations which are anticipated to considerably modify the way in which americans receive and finance healthcare. figuring out Healthcare Economics: handling Your profession in an Evolving Healthcare approach offers an evidence-based framework to assist practitioners understand the adjustments already underway in our nation’s healthcare procedure.
Extra resources for Creative Industries in Greece: An Empirical Analysis from the Region of Epirus
The need for strong protection of intellectual property rights. This is critical to the commercialization of creative ideas. This includes copyright, patents, trademarks and protection against piracy. • The need for support education and initial training specifically for creative industries. This may include supporting tertiary education and less structured training, such as short courses or advice in management skills, business planning and operation. In this field government influence can be used to improve the provision of education and training.
Diffusion of Innovations. New York: Free Press. pdf Scott, Allen J. 1999. The Cultural Economy: Geography and the Creative Field. Media, Culture and Society 21(6): 807–817. Taylor, Calvin. 2007. Developing Relationships Between Higher Education, Enterprise and Innovation in the Creative Industries. In Entrepreneurship in the 34 A. HYZ AND K. KARAMANIS Creative Industries. An International Perspective, ed. Colette Henry, 178–196. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. Weckerle, Christoph, Manferd Gerig, and Michael Söndermann.
In Entrepreneurship in the Creative Industries. An International Perspective, ed. Colette Henry, 87–103. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. Flew, Terry. 2002. Beyond Ad Hocery: Defining Creative Industries. Paper Presented to Cultural Sites, Cultural Theory, Cultural Policy, The Second International Conference on Cultural Policy Research, Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand, 23–26 January 2002. pdf ———. 2005. Creative Economy. In Creative Industries, ed. Hartley John, 344–360. Malden USA: Blackwell Publishing.