The peculiarities of trade specialization in creative industries in the Central and Eastern European countries
Veronika Chala ()
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Veronika Chala: International Economy Department, Pridniprovs’k State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Dnipropetrovs’k, Ukraine
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2015, vol. 6(1), 91-109
Because of dynamic processes of creative economy development and resistance to the crisis of modern creative industries which occurs mainly in metropolitan areas, the interest in understanding these local processes as a factor of bringing international trade competitiveness and providing convergence among the countries where those metropolises are situated is of great value. The EU, and Central and East Europe (CEE) in particular, is not an exception. This paper reveals the most productive creative industries in the EU; fins out the impact of metropolises’ creative activities development on countries’ international specialization. Perspective products’ and geographic patterns relating creative products’ international specialization for CEE countries, especially for those which have recently signed association agreements with the EU (Moldova, Ukraine, and Georgia as an important East Neighbour for the EU) are grounded. Using inter- and intra-trading estimations, the positioning of CEE countries in the EU 28(+3) international specialization pattern is indicated. The product specialization of metropolises in CEE countries which may (or may not) contribute to further internationalization of creative industries in these countries has been revealed in the article.
Keywords: creative industries; metropolises; international specialization; inter-trading; intra-trading (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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