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Cultural-Creative Industries (Cci) – Economic And Social Performances

  • Gheorghe ZAMAN

    ()

    (Corresponding member of Romanian Academy, Romania)

  • Valentina VASILE

    ()

    (Institute of National Economy-Romanian Academy, Romania)

Evaluating the economic contribution of CCI represents a relatively new research field triggered especially by the following factors: a) segregation of the CCI group as a relatively autonomous sector of national economies based on copyright and its other correlative rights has an increasing economic-social impact; b) the increasingly higher economic importance of CCI was determined by a complex of economic, social and technological factors among which we mention globalization, knowledge-based society, ITC, the more stronger interspersing between cultural-artistic fields and the economy of intangibles; c) the economic contribution of CCI is aimed mainly at value added (GDP), employment, foreign trade and the role of the state in developing CCI taking into account also their feature of public good. In the present paper we intend to make a contextual comparative analysis at international level about the macroeconomic contribution of CCI from Romania in the period 2002-2008 on the three aforementioned dimensions, making use of the WIPO methodology for classifying these industries (core, inter-dependent, partial and non-dedicated). Depending on the available data a series of analyses were extended over the year 2009 which marked the beginning of the economic-financial crisis in Romania.

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Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): Special (December)
Pages: 63-77

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