Assessing the role of the arts and cultural industries in a local economy
AbstractThe authors examine the economic impacts of the arts and cultural industries on the Welsh economy. The impact of defined sectors were assessed within an input - output modelling framework. By using this methodology they seek to estimate the sectoral impacts on employment, output, and incomes in Wales and also to assess the significance of sectoral interdependencies. A number of policy implications are discussed.
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Volume (Year): 32 (2000)
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