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Chapter 1 : Exploring the convergence of the rationales underlying the policies for science, technology and innovation and for creative industries: Part. 1 Economics of creativity, ideas and policies

Abstract : In the recent period, there have been apparent similarities in the arguments put forward by the advocates of the so-called creative sectors and by the scholars and specialists of economics of innovation. System approaches, learning cities and clusters, innovative milieus, creation and diffusion processes, etc. seem to constitute a new commonly shared vocabulary and conceptual arsenal. This chapter proposes a policy-oriented examination of the possible convergence between the economics of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) and of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI).
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Laurent Bach. Chapter 1 : Exploring the convergence of the rationales underlying the policies for science, technology and innovation and for creative industries: Part. 1 Economics of creativity, ideas and policies. Thierry Burger-Helmchen. The Economics of Creativity : Ideas, Firms and Markets, Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 17 p., 2013, 9781138901278. ⟨hal-01772209⟩

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