BOOK REVIEW - Sai Loo, Creative Working in the Knowledge Economy, New York: Routledge, 2017
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Sorin Mazilu: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2018, vol. 9(1), 173-176
The positive effects of the cultural and creative industries (CCI) on development worldwide, including in the European Union, are broadly acknowledged. Cultural Times - The First Global Map of Cultural and Creative Industries (CISAC & UNESCO, 2015) nominates Europe as the second largest CCI market (accounting to around 32% of the global total), while the sector’s contribution to the European GDP is approximately 4.4% (TERA, 2014) and it employs 7.5% of the European workforce (Austrian Institute for SME Research & VVA Europe, 2016). Despite CCI’s economic importance, there is a lack of studies in the scientific literature that analyse the particularities of creative workers, which is much needed in order to develop adequate policies for sustaining and promoting these industries.
Keywords: creativity; Knowledge economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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