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Entrepreneurship and the creative economy : process, practice and policy

Entrepreneurship and the creative economy : process, practice and policy

Author: Colette Henry; Anne De Bruin
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy contains a range of theoretical and empirically based research contributions that collectively consider and debate the process, policy and practice of the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Colette Henry; Anne De Bruin
ISBN: 9781848447691 1848447698
OCLC Number: 939000642
Description: 226 s
Contents: Contents:1. IntroductionColette Henry and Anne de Bruin2. The Creative Industries Definitional DiscourseSimon Roodhouse3. Socializing Creativity: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Creative IndustriesCalvin Taylor4. The Evidence so Far: Calling for Creative Industries Engagement with Entrepreneurship Education Policy and DevelopmentAndy Penaluna and Kathryn Penaluna5. Creative Methodologies for Understanding a Creative IndustryTed Fuller, Lorraine Warren and Sally Jane Norman6. Action Learning in New Creative Ventures: The Case of SPEEDDavid Rae7. Reconciling Economic and Creative Performance: Insights from a Creative Business Service Start-upBrian V. Tjemkes 8. The Emergence of the Serious Game Industry: To Play or Not to PlayPatricia G. Greene9. Coping with the Cutting Edge: Enterprise Orientations and the Creative Challenges of Start-up in the Fashion Design Sector in New ZealandColleen Mills10. Music to Our Ears: New Market Creation and Creative Influences in the Popular Music IndustryErik Noyes, Salvatore Parise and Elaine AllenIndex
Responsibility: edited by Colette Henry, Anne de Bruin.


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As ''creative industries'' becomes a defined and recognized section of global economic policies, Henry and de Bruin provide a solid foundation for constructing a public policy that will require Read more...

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