Exploring The Conceptual Underpinnings Of The Creative Industries
AbstractThis research is formulated in the context of increasing global recognition that creative industries are becoming progressively more important components of modern post-industrial knowledge-based economies. As momentum builds to prioritize this field of a
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creative industries; creative sector; knowledge-based economy;
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