Michael Rushton on Arts Economics

Michael Rushton is with the Arts Administration programs at Indiana University in Bloomington.

Remnants of Britain’s button industry offer three important lessons for the future of manufacturing

The north of England was once the production centre of the world during the industrial revolution

Why some counties are powerhouses for innovation

Between 2000 and 2015, more than 140,000 patents were granted in Santa Clara County

Innovation and entrepreneurship in Romania’s cultural and creative industries

Entrepreneurs introduce new technologies, stimulate the discovery of new resources and promote new products

State intervention in the context of creative industries

Cultural organizations and creative companies, which generate creativity, should attract more interest and support from state institutions.

Creative occupations as knowledge practices

Innovation and precarity in the creative economy

Knowledge mobility and appropriability in the context of value co-creation

Using the business model approach, one can identify three different models that record labels have started to implement

Creative Industry a Pattern for Growth in Bucharest Ilfov Region

In the Bucharest Ilfov region are more than 15.000 firms in creative industries and may be a model for regional development