International Development

Suburban creativity: The geography of creative industries in Johannesburg

The economic significance and policy relevance of creative industries is rising at the global level.

The governance of spatial-economic restructuring in contemporary China: the case of textile clusters

The main challenge has been to master the shift from “made in China” to “designed in China”

Arts and culture were given money in South Africa’s budget. Why it matters

The greater cultural economy employs 6.94% of the national workforce. It generates one million jobs.

Performing Eurasia in the textiles and clothing businesses along the Silk Road

The term die Seidenstrasse was originally coined by Prussian geographer Ferdinand Freiherr von Richthofen in 1876

Tim Craig on the billion-dollar Cool Japan strategy

Japanese creators have not made as much money from international markets as creators in other countries such as Korea or the USA.

Creative Industry in South Baltic Area Region

There is a growing awareness at regional and local levels of the value and contribution of Creative Industry

Intercultural Education for Creative Entrepreneurship

This article presents a research on the characterization of entrepreneurial potential in the case of an intercultural group of Romanian and Serbian trainees