Economics

The Australian art market has flatlined. What can be done to revive it?

We can’t blame the GFC for the decline in Australian art value

Joel Waldfogel on Digital Renaissance

Joel Waldfogel is an American economist and the Frederick R. Kappel Chair in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.

The Creative Industries: Before and After the Crisis

Some businesses managed to survive while others have been forced to close down

Market-to-Book Ratio and Creative Industries

Example of Polish Video Games Developers

The Impacts Analysis of Creative-Products Export on the Economy

The export value of Indonesian creative products in 2015 reached more than US$19 billion

Location determinants of creative industries’ firms in Spain

Traditional approaches only provide a partial explanation of the determinants that might affect creative industries

South Africa should turn to ‘creative clusters’ to boost the arts

The Department of Arts & Culture is currently reviewing its arts, culture and heritage policy

Business Models of Micro Businesses: Empirical Evidence from Creative Industries

Empirical evidence on business models in creative industries is relatively scarce