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Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship

Paradigms in Transition from a Global Perspective Edited by Luciana Lazzeretti, University of Florence, Italy and Marilena Vecco, CEREN, EA 7477, Burgundy School of Business, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
This book investigates the evolving paradigm of creative industries and creative entrepreneurship, and their related economy over time. It explores different stages of the paradigm diffusion in ‘first generation countries’ such as the US, Canada, Australia and Europe, and ‘second generation countries’ in Asia, South America and North Africa in order to identify new trends and their distinctive aspects. By adopting a multidisciplinary approach, the book develops a comprehensive overview of the composite phenomenon of the creative economy and its relationship with entrepreneurship.
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Publication Date: May 2018
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Economics and Finance
  • Cultural Economics
  • Economics of Entrepreneurship
  • Regional Economics
  • Urban and Regional Studies
  • Regional Economics
This book analyses the relationship between creative and cultural industries, local economic development and entrepreneurship from a global perspective. In so doing, it investigates the evolving paradigm of creative industries and creative entrepreneurship and their related economy over time.

Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship explores cultural and creative economics, management, entrepreneurship, international business and urban and regional sciences, in both developed and new emerging countries. The authors provide a framework to understand the evolving paradigm of creative industries and creative entrepreneurship while highlighting the distinction between ‘first generation countries’ such as the US, Canada, Australia and Europe, and ‘second generation countries’ in Asia, South America and North Africa. By adopting a multidisciplinary approach, the book develops a comprehensive overview of the composite phenomenon of the creative economy and its relationship with entrepreneurship.

This inter-disciplinary work will appeal to researchers and scholars interested in creative industries, the creative economy and entrepreneurship in addition to policy makers and managers within these areas. These readers will find an up-to-date presentation of existing and new perspectives of research in these domains.
‘This is an outstanding book to understand how economy and culture spatially articulate.’
– Olivier Crevoisier, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Contributors include: F.G. Alberti, M. Amal, R. Apa, N. Bellini, R. Boix Domènech, F. Capone, P. Casadei, Y. Chen, P. Cohendet, P. Costa, I. Fillis, D.E. Floriani, D. Gilbert, J.D. Giusti, N. Innocenti, M. Keane, L. Lazzeretti, K. Lehman, D. Mansour, L. Mazzoni, M. Muñoz-Vela, R. Rentschler, S. Rovai, J. Ruiz-Gutiérrez, D. Sánchez Serra, S. Rita Sedita, L. Simon,A. Srakar, M. Valdivia, M. Vecco, R. Venâncio Lopes, W. Wen


Contents:

Introduction
Luciana Lazzeretti and Marilena Vecco

Part I Cultural and creative industries and creative entrepreneurship: An overview
1. The rise of cultural and creative industries in creative economy research: A bibliometric analysis
Luciana Lazzeretti, Francesco Capone and Niccolò Innocenti

2. Entrepreneurship and creative industries in developing and developed countries
Rafael Boix Domènech, Luciana Lazzeretti and Daniel Sánchez Serra

3. In search of creative entrepreneurship: An exploratory analysis
Leonardo Mazzoni and Luciana Lazzeretti

Part II Cultural and creative industries and creative entrepreneurship in first-generation countries
4. Unpicking the fashion city: Global perspectives on design, manufacturing and symbolic production in urban formations
Patrizia Casadei and David Gilbert

5. Knowledge brokerage and creativity in a collaborative online innovation network of fashion makers
Jessica D. Giusti and Fernando G. Alberti

6. The Montreal videogame studio and its local ecosystem as a key resource of creativity
Patrick Cohendet and Laurent Simon

7. A private entrepreneur and his art museum: How MONA took Tasmania to the world
Ruth Rentschler, Kim Lehman and Ian Fillis

8. Modelling cultural entrepreneurial regimes in Central and Eastern Europe: A symbolic data analysis approach
Marilena Vecco and Andrej Srakar

9. Creative milieus in the metropolis’ periphery: From the massification of Lisbon’s city centre to the liveliness of ‘Margem Sul’
Pedro Costa and Ricardo Venâncio Lopes

Part III Cultural and creative industries and entrepreneurship in second-generation countries
10. The creative economy, digital disruption and collaborative innovation in China
Michael Keane, Ying Chen and Wen Wen

11. Chinese creative entrepreneurs in fashion and luxury: An exploratory case study of a concept store in Beijing
Serena Rovai and Nicola Bellini

12. The dynamics and patterns of a cultural and creative industry in Brazil from an international business perspective: The wine industry as a creative industry
Dinorá Eliete Floriani and Mohamed Amal

13. Cultural and creative industries in Mexico: The role of export-oriented manufacturing metro areas
Marcos Valdivia

14. Institutional change and the creative industries: The Colombian case
Jaime Ruiz-Gutiérrez and Mónica Muñoz-Vela

15. Creative entrepreneurship and FDI in Egypt: An empirical illustration from the ICT sector
Roberta Apa, Dina Mansour and Silvia Rita Sedita

Index