David Wright on Understanding Cultural Taste

David Wright teaches in the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at the University of Warwick.

What We Talk about When We Talk about “The Market”

Conceptual Contestation in Contemporary Media Policy Research

The hypothesis of cultural third places

An omen of new forms of producing and disseminating knowledge?

Looking into the “Anime Global Popular” and the “Manga Media”

Reflections on the Scholarship of a Transnational and Transmedia Industry

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