Cultural and Creative Industries

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Wilkinson Alex, An Assessment of Productivity Indicators for the Creative Industries

DCMS , August 2007

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Simon Sheikh

In the Place of the Public Sphere? Or, the World in Fragments


Sir Brian McMaster , Supporting Excellence in the Arts From Measurement to Judgement DCMS, January 2008

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Hasan Bakhshi, Eric McVittie and James Simmie, Creating Innovation Do the creative industries support innovation in the wider economy? NESTA 2008

Richter, Dorothee CURATING.ORG issue # 01/2008