Inclusion, innovation and democracy: growing talent for the creative and cultural industries
- Document type
- Parker, Simon; Tims, Charlie; Wright, Shelagh
- Date of publication
- 14 September 2007
- Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
- Business and management
- Material type
This report argues that although the creative industries account for more than 7% of global GDP, the process of democratisation in this area is incomplete. It suggests that the very things that give the creative and cultural industries their vitality – speed, fluidity, turnover of people, organisations and ideas - can also work to exclude people from non-traditional backgrounds.
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