Cultural and Creative Industries as Determining Qualified International Flow Trade in Latin America, 2001-2011
Jenny Cardenas-Ayala () and
Leandro Valiati ()
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Jenny Cardenas-Ayala: Universidad Federal Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Leandro Valiati: Universidad Federal Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
No AWP-05-2014, ACEI Working Paper Series from Association for Cultural Economics International
The growing internationalization process and the desire to be competitive in a globalized world, has recently sparked interest in the symbolic dimension, cultural identity, creative development, communications and knowledge as a source of economic development. This research aims to analyze how cultural and creative industries have a positive impact on international trade flows of the countries of South America. It is used the panel data methodology for the period 2002-2011 and it is considered that trade flows are determined by the inclusion of cultural indicators, technological innovation factors and socioeconomic characteristics.
Keywords: creative industries; cultural industries; qualified international trade flows; panel data (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C33 F14 O31 O54 Z1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 19 pages
Date: 2014-10, Revised 2014-10
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