New research by DISCE is now available on our site! The DISCE first policy brief “Managing Creative Economies as Cultural Eco-Systems” is touching upon the issues creative sector has to face during the COVID-19 crisis for the first time as well as those being exposed by the pandemic.
The central problem addressed in this brief, therefore, is the uncertain identity, scope and aims of creative economy policy. In light of COVID-19 – the problems it presents, the pre-existing conditions it reveals and the new possibilities it creates – we need to ask the following:
- What is creative economy policy, and why does it matter?
- Who needs to be involved?
- What information do they need?
- What should they be trying to achieve?
You are invited to find out the answers to these questions in the body of DISCE brief. This 14 pages long work contains the profound explanation of how and why the crisis has affected the creative sector along with well-thought solutions and recommendations suited for everyone who is engaged in the sphere. Check http://www.sandiegobk.com/ here. The research is performed based on the EU’s latest instructions and replies to the most pertinent needs of the sector.
To read the full text of the DISCE policy brief “MANAGING CREATIVE ECONOMIES AS CULTURAL ECO-SYSTEMS” please click here!