Politics

Peter Campbell on Persistent Creativity

Peter Campbell is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Liverpool, UK.

Not jobs and growth but post-capitalism

Creative industries show the way

Does gentrification of the Praga Północ district in Warsaw really exist?

The district is considered a classic example of gentrification

Fixed Links and Vague Discourses: About Culture and the Making of Cross-border Regions

Building a bridge or a tunnel does not only mean a faster handling of traffic…

Re-scaling Governance in Berlin’s Creative Economy

Can the driving forces of creativity be steered by public administration?

Beyond the Model Worker: Surveying a Creative Precariat

Role model subjects of contemporary capitalism?

Cut throat competition, ‘corporate-speak’ and dark ironies: two new five-year arts plans

Where is the rationale here for building a strong and healthy arts sector?