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International Models of Creative Industries Policy
International models of creative industries policy

This chapter takes up some of the themes developed in the discussion of how creative industries policies developed in the United Kingdom, considering some implications of extending the analysis to other parts of the world. There are five cases considered: the European Union; North America; East Asia; Australia and New Zealand; and strategies for developing countries as proposed by UNESCO and UNCTAD. One clear theme that comes through from this comparative analysis is that a plurality of strategies have emerged under the general rubric of creative industries, so it is difficult – and becoming increasingly so – to speak of a singular creative industries policy template, such as that developed in the UK in ...

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