Designing for a living? Income determinants among firm founders in the Dutch design sector
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- Arthur Vankan & Koen Frenken & Carolina Castaldi, 2014. "Designing for a Living? Income Determinants Among Firm Founders in the Dutch Design Sector," Industry and Innovation, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 21(2), pages 117-140, February.
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Keywordscreative class; cultural industries; design; spin-off; localisation economies; ICT;
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