Theory

What Factors Constitute Structures of Clustering Creative Industries?

Incorporating New Institutional Economics and New Economic Sociology into A Conceptual Framework

When Bohemia Becomes a Business: City Lights, Columbus Avenue, and a Future for San Francisco

Richard Florida’s arguments flatten, homogenize and commercialize the radicalism and resistance of the cities validated through his criteria

The nature of the creative workforce

There are still doubts that culture’s outputs can develop into profit, and, even more, into businesses

Leonardo joined art with engineering

Some creative ideas can’t be executed without science

Why Artists Cluster in Big Cities? Infrastructural Factors of Location, Professional Strategies and Community Dynamics

Clustering can be understood as a way of creating networks of solidarity amongst artists

Multiple Identities of Media Labourers and Experiences of Creative Autonomy

An Empirical Investigation from a TV-Producer/Director’s Perspective

Creative Industries, Value Theory and Michael Heinrich’s New Reading of Marx

Creative industries possess a significant role in a capitalist economy blighted by a necessity towards the overproduction of commodities

Technologies in creative economy and creative society

In the creative society, happiness does not depend on constantly upgraded technologies but is rather possible in spite of them

General Approaches to Creative Economy Within the European Space

Different regions of the European Union understand and define creative industries in distinct ways.