Article | Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research | Creativity Unbound - Policies, Government and the Creative Industries

Title:
Creativity Unbound - Policies, Government and the Creative Industries
Author:
Can-Seng Ooi: Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Birgit Stöber: Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.113113
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Year:
2011
Volume:
3
Theme:
Theme: Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries
Pages:
113-117
No. of pages:
6
Publication type:
Article
Published:
2011-06-14


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Volume 3, Theme: Theme: Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries, Article 10, 2011

Author:
Can-Seng Ooi, Birgit Stöber
Title:
Creativity Unbound - Policies, Government and the Creative Industries:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.113113
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  • Volume 3, Theme:: Theme: Creativity Unbound – Policies, Government and the Creative Industries, Article 10, 2011

    Author:
    Can-Seng Ooi, Birgit Stöber
    Title:
    Creativity Unbound - Policies, Government and the Creative Industries:
    DOI:
    10.3384/cu.2000.1525.113113
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    Citations:
  • Yiu Fai Chow (2017). Hong Kong creative workers in mainland China: The aspirational, the precarious, and the ethical. China Information, 31(1): 43. DOI: 10.1177/0920203X16679063
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