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Creative Industries: an internationalizing dynamic

@inproceedings{Keane2004CreativeIA,
  title={Creative Industries: an internationalizing dynamic},
  author={Dr. Michael Keane},
  year={2004}
}
The impact of ‘creative industries’ is being felt in Asia as government, business, and universities attempt to harness the benefits of consumer demand for creative content -from wireless software that allows mobile phone users to download classical Chinese poetry to massive multiplayer gaming (MMG) online software that has led to a mini boom in revenue for internet service providers. This paper examines the concept of creative industries as it is being applied in those Asian contexts where… 

Knowledges of the creative economy: Towards a relational geography of diffusion and adaptation in Asia

Abstract:  Recent dialogues in geography and the social sciences have reminded researchers of the extent to which academic and policy knowledges are socially and spatially embedded – that is, they

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