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Can I borrow this item? The rise of the creative class: And how it's transforming work, leisure, community and everyday life. Garnham, N. Concepts of culture — public policy and the cultural industries. Cultural studies 1: 23— International Journal of Cultural Policy 15— Girard, A. Cultural industries: A handicap or a new opportunity for cultural development.
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The cultural industries. James, O. Political Studies Review 1: — Jeffcutt, P. Managing creativity in the cultural industries. Creativity and Innovation Management — Jessop, B. The rise of governance and the risks of failure: The case of economic development. International Social Science Journal 29— KEA European Affairs. The economy of culture in Europe. Brussels: European Commission DG5. Landry, C. The creative city: A toolkit for urban innovators. Miege, B. The logics at work in the new cultural industries. The capitalization of cultural production. New York: International General.
Mommaas, H. Cultural clusters and the post-industrial city: Towards the remapping of urban cultural policy. Urban Studies — London: Department for Education and Employment. Peck, J. Struggling with the creative class. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research — Peterson, R. The production of culture. Pine II, J. Harvard: Harvard Business School. Plaza, B. Gomez reflective images: The case of urban regeneration in Glasgow and Bilbao. Evaluating the influence of a large cultural artifact in the attraction of tourism: The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao case.
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Annals of Tourism Research — The return on investment of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Pratt, A. The cultural industries production system: A case study of employment change in Britain, — Environment and Planning A — Cultural tourism as an urban cultural industry. A critical appraisal.
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In Cultural tourism , ed. Interarts, 33— Creative clusters: Towards the governance of the creative industries production system? Media International Australia 50— International Journal of Cultural Studies 7: — Cultural industries and public policy: An oxymoron? International Journal of Cultural Policy 31— Innovation and creativity. In The sage companion to the city , eds. Short, P. Hubbard, and T. Hall, — The state of the cultural economy: The rise of the cultural economy and the challenges to cultural policy making.
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