Forthcoming conference: HIGHER EDUCATION and the CREATIVE ECONOMY.
The conference will take place at the University of Southampton and is supported by the University of Southampton, University of Winchester and University of Portsmouth and Southampton Solent University and PUSH (Partnership for Urban South Hampshire) and will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of March 2010.
You can find more information on the conference website www.creative-campus.org.uk The conference aims to address the role of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) within the creative economy and to establish a network of research and collaboration around this theme. Academics, researchers, practitioners and policy makers are invited to attend this two-day conference and contribute to the debate.
The following Working Papers are made available from the authors, under their responsability and copyright to each paper remains with the authors or their assignees. Papers may be downloaded from this site by individuals, for their own use, subject to the ordinary rules governing academic work. Comments on papers or questions about their content should be sent directly to the author, at his or her email address. When citing this working papers is advisable that you seek prior permission from the author.
- WORKING PAPER 1: Nick Clifton & Philip Cooke (2007) Regional Industrial Research Report 46, The ‘Creative Class’ in the UK: Initial Analysis, Centre for Advanced Studies Cardiff University
- WORKING PAPER 2: Caroline Chapain & Roberta Comunian (2009) Enabling or Inhibiting the creative economy: the role of the local and regional dimensions in Engliand, Working paper
- WORKING PAPER 3: Roberta Comunian (2009) Questioning creative work as driver of economic development: the case of Newcastle-Gateshead, Working paper
- WORKING PAPER 4: Comunian, R., Faggian, A. and Li, Q. C.(2010) Unrewarded careers in the creative class: The strange case of bohemian graduates, Working paper