From Culture 1.0 to Culture 3.0: Three Socio-Technical Regimes of Social and Economic Value Creation through Culture, and Their Impact on European Cohesion Policies
Pier Luigi Sacco (),
Guido Ferilli () and
Giorgio Tavano Blessi ()
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Pier Luigi Sacco: Department of Humanities, IULM University Milan, Via Carlo Bo, 1, 20143 Milano Italy
Guido Ferilli: Department of Humanities, IULM University Milan, Via Carlo Bo, 1, 20143 Milano Italy
Giorgio Tavano Blessi: Department of Humanities, IULM University Milan, Via Carlo Bo, 1, 20143 Milano Italy
Sustainability, 2018, vol. 10, issue 11, 1-23
We develop a new conceptual framework to analyze the evolution of the relationship between cultural production and different forms of economic and social value creation in terms of three alternative socio-technical regimes that have emerged over time. We show how, with the emergence of the Culture 3.0 regime characterized by novel forms of active cultural participation, where the distinction between producers and users of cultural and creative contents is increasingly blurred, new channels of social and economic value creation through cultural participation acquire increasing importance. We characterize them through an eight-tier classification, and argue on this basis why cultural policy is going to acquire a central role in the policy design approaches of the future. Whether Europe will play the role of a strategic leader in this scenario in the context of future cohesion policies is an open question.
Keywords: culture 1.0–3.0; patronage; cultural and creative industries; cultural participation; cultural communities of practice; EU cohesion policies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q Q0 Q2 Q3 Q5 Q56 O13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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