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  • Mosquitoes in the mix : how transferable is creative city thinking ?
  • Aborigènes ; Australie ; Darwin ; Economie urbaine ; Northern Territory ; Néolibéralisme ; Politique urbaine ; Post-colonialisme ; Ville créative
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Creative city ; Neo liberalism ; Northern Territory ; Post-colonialism ; Urban economy ; Urban policy
  • The AA. discuss relevant debates on research knowledge construction, the creative city and the path-dependent character of neoliberal governmental objectives. They turn to the geographical, demographic and cultural characteristics that make Darwin
  • a challenging and distinct context for translation of global theories of creative city rejuvenation. They suggest ways in which creative city research can be refreshed through engaging with literatures on (post)colonial urban politics and intersections
  • with policy initiatives other than those targeted at creative industries per se.
  • The role of creativity in geographic studying of human resources in Slovenia
  • Classe créative ; Commune ; Créativité ; Distribution spatiale ; Développement régional ; Groupe social ; Ressources humaines ; Slovénie
  • Creative class ; Creativity ; Human capital ; Municipality ; Regional development ; Slovenia ; Social group ; Spatial distribution
  • The article analyzes the spatial dispersion of creative occupations in various municipalities in Slovenia. The main conclusion, drawn from the article, is the very uneven distribution of creative occupations, which are most dominant in national
  • employment centers and suburban areas of urban regions. Creative social groups undoubtedly represent a strong impact on the regional development. - (IKR)
  • Creative social groups in Slovenia : contribution to geographic studying of human resources
  • Economie créative ; Groupe social ; Innovation ; Politique régionale ; Slovénie ; Structure socio-économique
  • Creative economy ; Innovation ; Regional policy ; Slovenia ; Social group ; Socio-economic system
  • The article analyzes the spatial dispersion of creative occupations in various municipalities in Slovenia. The main conclusion is the very uneven distribution of creative occupations, which are most dominant in national employment centres
  • and suburban areas of city regions. The areas with higher levels of creative occupations are more innovative and their social and economic development more dynamic. The analyses also show a positive correlation between the share of employed people in creative
  • Recasting the creative class to examine growth processes in rural and urban counties
  • Aménagement du territoire ; Centre rural ; Classe créative ; Comté ; Concept ; Développement rural ; Indicateur ; Qualité de la vie ; Ressource naturelle
  • La thèse de la classe créative et le contexte rural. Redéfinir la classe créative. Les professions de la classe créative augmentent-elles la classe créative rurale de Floride ? Rédéfinir la classe créative et la comparer à l'originelle. Modèle
  • Les villes créatives sont-elles le paradigme économique pour le design et la planification urbaine ?
  • Classe créative ; Concept ; Design urbain ; Définition ; Economie créative ; Espace urbain ; FLORIDA (R.) ; LANDRY (C.) ; Planification urbaine ; Ville créative
  • Concept ; Creative city ; Creative class ; Creative economy ; Definition ; Urban area ; Urban planning
  • The article initially presents the theoretical framework of creative city concept and an approach to its historical development, and then analyzes it through the texts of the main promoters and researchers, Richard Florida and Charles Landry
  • , and its most notable critics. Then comes a breviary of the authors who reflect on the creative city in a recent book titled Creative city perspectives. We conclude that the creative city concept is a new paradigm for planning and urban design, which
  • Allemagne ; Berlin ; Classe créative ; Economie locale ; Economie régionale ; Gouvernance ; Industrie ; Industrie créative ; Industrie culturelle ; Regroupement industriel ; Région métropolitaine
  • Berlin ; City-region ; Creative class ; Creative industry ; Germany ; Governance ; Industrial cluster ; Industry ; Local economy ; Regional economy
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à la gouvernance des industries créatives dans les régions métropolitaines européennes, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Learning from the past? Why 'Creative Industries' can hardly be creted by local/regional
  • government policies ; 2-The cultural and creative industries : organisational and spatial challenges to their governance ; 3-The creative economy at work ; 4-Paradoxes of the creative city. Contested territories and creative upgrading - the case of Berlin
  • The creative industries and urban economic growth in the UK
  • Classe créative ; Croissance économique ; Economie urbaine ; Emploi ; Industrie ; Industrie créative ; Main-d'oeuvre ; Qualification professionnelle ; Royaume-Uni ; Salaire ; Secteur d'activité
  • Creative class ; Creative industry ; Economic growth ; Economic sector ; Employment ; Industry ; Manpower ; Professional qualification ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy ; Wage
  • This paper tests the link between the creative industries and wage and employment growth in a panel of travel-to-work areas from 2003 to 2008. The results suggest the creative industries drive both wage and employment growth in other sectors
  • . However, when only urban areas are considered the creative industries drive wage growth but do not increase employment. These findings are consistent with the idea that the creative industries help other sectors grow, but may squeeze out declining
  • The capacity and potentials of Budapest to attract creative economy
  • Attraction urbaine ; Budapest ; Connaissance ; Enquête ; Hongrie ; Ville ; Ville créative
  • Budapest ; Creative city ; Enquiry ; Hungary ; Knowledge ; Town ; Urban attraction
  • migrants working in the creative knowledge sector. - (AM)
  • Creativity, cities, and innovation
  • Effet urbain ; Emploi ; Espace urbain ; Industrie ; Industrie créative ; Innovation ; Petites et moyennes entreprises ; Profession ; Royaume-Uni ; Secteur d'activité
  • Creative industry ; Economic sector ; Employment ; Industry ; Innovation ; Profession ; Small and medium-sized firms ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban effect
  • This paper examines creativity, cities, and innovation in the United Kingdom. The results stress that creative industries firms are more likely to introduce original product innovations, but not those learnt from elsewhere. Creative occupations
  • , however, appear a more robust general driver of innovation. We find no support for the hypothesis that urban creative industries firms are particularly innovative. However, creative occupations are used in cities to introduce product innovations learnt
  • Budapest as a destination of migration: the view of transnational creative workers
  • Attractivité ; Budapest ; Emigrés ; Espace urbain ; Hongrie ; Industrie créative ; Migration de travail ; Migration internationale ; Transnationalisme
  • Attractiveness ; Budapest ; Creative industry ; Emigrés ; Hungary ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Transnationalism ; Urban area
  • foreign creative workers see the city and how they evaluate its potentials, strengths and weaknesses. At the end of the paper few recommendations are formulated for decision-makers to make Budapest more attractive for creative transnational migrants. - (AM)
  • Creativity in peripheral places : redefining the creative industries. Special issue
  • Australie ; Choix du site ; Communauté ; Créativité ; Culturel ; Economie culturelle ; Espace d'activité ; Industrie créative ; Lieu ; Loisir ; Multiculturalisme ; Proximité ; Réseau
  • Activity space ; Australia ; Community ; Creative industry ; Creativeness ; Cultural economy ; Cultural studies ; Leisure ; Location choice ; Multiculturalism ; Network ; Place ; Proximity
  • La notion d'industrie culturelle créative est explorée en dehors du contexte des grandes agglomérations australiennes, dans des lieux éloignés et peu peuplés. Les défis de la création sont abordés dans des milieux difficilement concernés par la
  • Beyond the creative city : cognitive–cultural capitalism and the new urbanism
  • Capital humain ; Capitalisme ; Classe créative ; Economie créative ; Economie culturelle ; Economie urbaine ; Embourgeoisement ; Emploi ; Innovation ; Politique urbaine ; Rénovation urbaine ; Urbanisme
  • Capitalism ; Creative class ; Creative economy ; Cultural economy ; Employment ; Gentrification ; Innovation ; Urban economy ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal ; Urbanism
  • Cognitive–cultural capitalism is a more robust theoretical framework through which contemporary urbanization processes can be described. The framework of cognitive–cultural capitalism shapes the peculiar logic of learning, creativity and innovation
  • that are observed in cities today but also has many wider and deeper impacts on urban outcomes. It has important policy implications so a critique of current policy stances derived from creative city ideas is also provided.
  • Securing the neoliberal city : discourses of creativity and priority neighborhoods in Toronto, Canada
  • Canada ; Classe créative ; Economie créative ; Géographie sociale ; Jeunes ; Néolibéralisme ; Ontario ; Politique culturelle ; Politique urbaine ; Quartier ; Risque ; Toronto
  • Canada ; Creative class ; Creative economy ; Cultural policy ; Neighbourhood ; Neo liberalism ; Ontario ; Risk ; Social geography ; Toronto ; Urban policy ; Young people
  • Thsi paper examines the development of a number of arts programs targeted at low-income neighborhoods in Toronto. They first aims at fostering creative and entrepreunarial subjectivities among at-risk youth and reducing the risk of violence
  • that is presumed to be associated with youths living in poor quarters. It analyzes how these two discourses are intertwined in a neoliberal politics devoted to enhancing regional quality-of-life competitiveness and to branding Toronto as an attractive creativ-class
  • Rethinking the creative city : the role of complexity, networks and interactions in the urban creative economy
  • Complexité ; Economie culturelle ; Economie urbaine ; England ; Industrie créative ; Innovation ; Newcastle upon Tyne ; Royaume-Uni ; Régénération urbaine ; Réseau ; Ville créative
  • Complexity ; Creative city ; Creative industry ; Cultural economy ; England ; Innovation ; Network ; Newcastle upon Tyne ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy ; Urban regeneration
  • Creative financing, house prices, and property tax inequities
  • The paper examines the distorsion in house prices caused by the use of creative financing and the horizontal and vertical inequities in property tax assessments that can result if the proper adjustment of prices for financing is not made.
  • Understanding creative regions
  • Australie ; Classe créative ; Développement local ; Développement régional ; Economie régionale ; Economie urbaine ; England ; France ; Industrie ; Industrie créative ; Industrie culturelle ; Italie ; Manchester ; Marseille ; Politique locale
  • Australia ; Creative class ; Creative industry ; England ; France ; Industry ; Italy ; Local development ; Local policy ; Manchester ; Marseille ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Queensland ; Regional development ; Regional economy ; Sweden ; United
  • Les AA. analysent les régions créatives en Europe en réconciliant les discours globaux et régionaux et les contextes nationaux au travers des articles suivants : 1-The geography of the Italian creative economy : the special Role of the design
  • and craft-based industries ; 2-Seeing the outer suburbs : addressing the urban bias in creative place thinking ; 3-The integration of cultural and creative industries into local and regional development strategies in Birmingham and Marseille : towards
  • an inclusive and collaborative governance ? 4-Bohemian graduates in the UK : disciplines and location determinants of creative careers ; 5-Towards a reconciliation of the ‘context-less’ with the ‘space-less’? the creative class across varieties of cpitalism
  • De l'enthousiasme à l'horizontalité : Sudbury, ville créative
  • Art ; Canada ; Culturel ; Développement urbain ; Ontario ; Politique culturelle ; Stratégie d'acteurs ; Sudbury ; Ville ; Ville créative
  • Art ; Canada ; Creative city ; Cultural policy ; Cultural studies ; Decision making process ; Ontario ; Town ; Urban development
  • Cet article a pour objectif de mettre en relief les conséquences de la mise en oeuvre de la stratégie de développement dite de la ville créative. Le cas de cette ville de l'Ontario sert d'illustration à l'analyse des modes de dissémination, de
  • Entrepreneurship, creative industries and regional dynamics in Spain
  • Créativité ; Disparités régionales ; Décision ; Entreprise ; Environnement économique ; Espagne ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Indicateur ; Industrie créative ; Innovation
  • Creative industry ; Creativeness ; Decision ; Economic environment ; Entrepreneurship ; Firm ; Indicator ; Innovation ; Regional disparities ; Spain
  • Creative individuals, creative places : Marc Jacobs, New York and Paris
  • Creativeness ; Fashion industry ; Industry ; Post-modernism ; Power
  • Geography and creativity : toward a politicized intervention
  • Art ; Creativity ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Geographical knowkedge ; Literature ; Perception ; Place
  • If the relationship between geographical knowledge-making and creative practices has an extensive history, creative expression produced by geographers has not been much examined for its potential for and as a form of political critique. In an effort
  • to present the kinds of working practices contemporary geographers have been engaging with as creative practitioners and collaborators, pieces from practicing artists/writers, academic geographers were sollicited. The result is eighteen contributions
  • including poetry, essays (fiction and creative nonfiction), an excerpt from a novel, photographs, prints, a graphic narrative, a feature interview, and a commentary on a dramatic forum-theater play-all of which perform political critiques of contemporary