London's cultural and creative industries – 2010 update
This is a pre-publication version of the working paper of the same name, published by the Greater London Authority and available at http://www.london.gov.uk/priorities/business-economy/publications/working-paper-40-londons-creative-workforce-2010-update. It should be cited as “Freeman, A. 2010. ‘Working Paper 40: London’s Creative Workforce (2010 update)’. London: GLA.” This is the third of four updates to the creative industry workforce series (Freeman 2002) which the GLA originally published as Creativity: London’s Core Business’
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