Peter Campbell on Persistent Creativity

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

Translating Fashion into Danish

Culture industries policy must negotiate tensions between fields of culture and economy

Indonesia needs a digital affairs ministry. Here’s why

Ministries have yet to consider digital transformation issues

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?

David Wright on Understanding Cultural Taste

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

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.

The Development of the Creative Industries to Create a Competitive Advantage

Nowadays, developing creative industries is one of the main priority of Indonesia’s economic
development plans.

Transfer Policy on Creative City: The Case of Bandung, Indonesia

This paper highlights the creative city notion in Bandung, Indonesia, that is adopted from the British Council (BC) attempts to mobilize policy through various programs and workshops.