The Value Of Arts And Culture For Regional Development
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📒The Value Of Arts And Culture For Regional Development ✍ Lisbeth Lindeborg
✏The Value of Arts and Culture for Regional Development Book Summary : In this new volume, 28 Scandinavian researchers and others who are active in arts and culture seek to answer the questions: What has been the effect of regional and local investment in arts and culture? And what positive and negative experiences have there been? This book describes and analyzes the extent to which cultural investments at local and regional levels have stimulated development and led to essential processes of change for the community in general. Of special interest is how different places manage to "turn the tide". What do their development processes involve? Which ways and means do they use to go forward in order to change their paths and start anew? These are just a few of the important questions addressed in this book. One of the most important findings is that while you can never transfer the successful renewal of one place to another like a blueprint, certain common patterns in the cultural processes are discernible. The contributors to this book show the breadth of theoretical tools that can be used to increase awareness of the significance of culture for regional development. Throughout the book readers will find a multitude of theoretical concepts, from entrepreneurship theory, organizational institutionalism and cultural economy, to cultural planning and art management. This book will appeal to scholars and practitioners of urban and regional studies, and cultural and creative economics.
📒The Economics Of Cultural Policy ✍ David Throsby
✏The Economics of Cultural Policy Book Summary : Non-technical analysis of how cultural industries contribute to economic growth and the policies required to ensure cultural industries will flourish.
📒Cultures And Globalization ✍ Helmut K Anheier
✏Cultures and Globalization Book Summary : This second volume, The Cultural Economy, analyzes the dynamic relationship in which culture is part of the process of economic change that in turn changes the conditions of culture. It brings together perspectives from different disciplines to examine such critical issues as: The production of cultural goods and services and the patterns of economic globalization The relationship between the commodification of the cultural economy and the aesthetic realm Current and emerging organizational forms for the investment, production, distribution and consumption of cultural goods and services The complex relations between creators, producers, distributors and consumers of culture The policy implications of a globalizing cultural economy
📒Economics And Culture ✍ David Throsby
✏Economics and Culture Book Summary : Highly acclaimed analysis of the links between the two worlds of economics and culture.
📒Making Meaning Making Money ✍ Lisa Andersen
✏Making Meaning Making Money Book Summary : The arts have rarely been at the heart of so many policy discussions in so many places at once. All over the world politicians and artists have been making a strong case for the social and commercial value of ‘culture.' It is found in debates about education, industrial policy, criminal justice and community wellbeing. As ‘creative industries,’ it is part of international competitiveness and the future of our cities and towns, from Shanghai to Sheffield to Shepparton. Many practitioners and advocates have welcomed culture’s new prominence in policy discourse and the new markets it offers for cultural production. Others, however, see a danger that instrumental justifications for cultural funding risk overlooking the intrinsic qualities of culture, reducing it to an ‘input’ and blunting any radical edges. This book asks: are we are at ‘a new moment’ for cultural policy? Leading international thinkers from countries including Australia, Britain and the United States provide a timely overview of these issues, debating and discussing the directions that cultural policy should take in the future. Making Meaning, Making Money will be of value to artists, policy makers, cultural managers and planners who are involved in the practices, processes and decision making that constitute contemporary cultural industries and shape emerging cultural economies.
📒Tourism And Regional Development ✍ Maria Giaoutzi
✏Tourism and Regional Development Book Summary : More people than ever now make leisure trips, making this an era of mass tourism. The scale of this phenomenon means that it is able to generate economic growth, making tourism a key factor in regional development policy. Bringing together a range of European case studies illustrating various ICT and policy innovations, this book examines the interconnections between tourism, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and regional development.
📒Regional Economic Development ✍ Robert J. Stimson
✏Regional Economic Development Book Summary : The completely reedited second edition of this book reflects recent advances and adds insightful new material. The book analyzes regional economic performance and change, and discusses how analysis integrates with strategies for local and regional economic development policy and planning. The aim is to provide the reader with an account of quantitative and qualitative approaches to regional economic analysis, and of old and new strategic frameworks for formulating regional economic development planning.
📒Creative Margins ✍ Alison L. Bain
✏Creative Margins Book Summary : Suburbs can be incubators of creativity: innovative and complex, but all too often underappreciated. In Creative Margins, Alison L. Bain documents the unique role of Canadian artists and cultural workers in suburban place-formation and dismantles mischaracterizations of suburbs as cultural wastelands. Creative Margins interweaves stories of the challenges and opportunities presented by the creation of culture in suburbs, focusing on Etobicoke and Mississauga outside Toronto, and Surrey and North Vancouver outside Vancouver. The book investigates whether the creative process unfolds differently for suburban and urban cultural workers, as well as how this process is affected by the presence or absence of cultural infrastructure and planning initiatives. Bain shows how suburban culture can enhance a city-region’s vitality and sustainability. This book firmly debunks the myth of culture as a solely urban phenomenon and demonstrates the social and economic merits of investing in suburban art and culture.
📒Creative Neighbourhoods ✍ Graeme Beedham
✏Creative Neighbourhoods Book Summary : With the backing of the Arts Council England and the Housing Corporation the authors wanted to document the incredible community arts projects they found in the UK and highlight them as case studies to demonstrate the wide range of projects, from small to large and how they can positively impact on communities. The main part of the book comprises of 15 fantastic case studies and the benefits the community gained from these projects. There is also a very helpful section on how to organise and run your own arts project. Packed with brilliant full colour photographs this is an excellent book for anyone interested in the study and application of community arts projects or how to start one.
📒Suburban Governance ✍ Pierre Hamel
✏Suburban Governance Book Summary : North American gated communities, African squatter settlements, European housing estates, and Chinese urban villages all share one thing in common: they represent types of suburban space. As suburban growth becomes the dominant urban process of the twenty-first century, its governance poses an increasingly pressing set of global challenges. In Suburban Governance: A Global View, editors Pierre Hamel and Roger Keil have assembled a groundbreaking set of essays by leading urban scholars that assess how governance regulates the creation of the world’s suburban spaces and everyday life within them. With contributors from ten countries on five continents, this collection covers the full breadth of contemporary developments in suburban governance. Examining the classic North American model of suburbia, contemporary alternatives in Europe and Latin America, and the emerging suburbanisms of Africa and Asia, Suburban Governance offers a strong analytical introduction to a vital topic in contemporary urban studies.