Exploring the cultural and creative industries debate - Links
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- The "CREATIVE SECTOR" - An engine for diversity, growth and jobs in Europe, An overview of research findings and debates prepared for the European Cultural Foundation by Andreas Wiesand in co-operation with Michael Söndermann, September 2005
- Amin, A. and Thrift, N. (eds.) (2004) The Blackwell Cultural Economy Reader. Oxford: Blackwell.
- Anheier, Helmut K. and Isar, Y. Raj (2008) The Cultural Economy. The Cultures and Globalization Series 2. London: SAGE Publications.
- Caves, Richard (2000) Creative Industries: Contracts between art and commerce. Harvard University Press: Harvard.
- Cunningham, Stuart (2001) ‘From Cultural to Creative Industries. Theory, Industry, and Policy Implications’ in Colin Mercer (ed) Convergence, Creative Industries and Civil Society. The New Cultural Policy. Special issue of CULTURELINK, Zagreb: Institute for International Relations.
- Garnham, Nicholas (2005), ‘From Cultural to Creative Industries: An analysis of the implications of the creative industries approach to arts and media policy making in the United Kingdom’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 11, 15-29.
- Greffe, Xavier (2007) Artistes et marchés. Paris: La documentation française.
- Hesmondhalgh, David (2007) The Cultural Industries (Second Edition). London: SAGE Publications.
- Jeffcutt, Paul (2001) ‘Creativity and Convergence in the Knowledge Economy: Reviewing Key themes and Issues’ in Culturelink, Special Issue on Convergence, Creative Industries and Civil Society: The New Cultural Policy, (Guest Editor Colin Mercer). Zagreb: IRMO.
- Pratt, Andy C. (2007) ‘The State of the Cultural Economy: The Rise of the Cultural Economy and the Challenges to Cultural Policy Making’ in The Urgency of Theory, Antonio Pinto Ribeiro, ed. London: Carcanet and Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian.
- Scott, Allen J. (2000) The Cultural Economy of Cities. London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi: SAGE Publications.
- UNCTAD and UNDP (2008) Creative Economy Report 2008. Geneva and New York.