The DISCE team is proud to announce that the DISCE Regional Case Study reports are finally online!
Following months of intense research undertaken by members of our DISCE Consortium coming from University of Turku, King’s College London, Gran Sasso Science Institute, and Stockholm School of Economics, ten new Regional Case Study reports have been published.
The DISCE partners CUMEDIAE and Trans Europe Halles have been supporting the dissemination and stakeholder engagement efforts of these reports throughout.
These Case Study reports include well developed analysis to make you gain insights about Creative Economies in a number of Key European Regions. They deal with a selection of ten EU cities that have been studied and monitored in regards to existing academic and policy documentation related to the development, support, and administration of their Creative Economies. In full compliance with the DISCE main values and objectives, these studies aim to understand and explain how existing creative economies can be supported in the enhancement of their inclusivity and sustainability.
Who is responsible for Creative Economy Policy in Chatham, Liepāja or Dundee? What are the challenges and opportunities for the creative economy in Enschede, Lund, Pori or Treviso? How can creative education strengthen Leuven, L’Aquila or Pécs creative clusters? Find the answers to these and many other questions by reading these intriguing insights about the ten targeted European Cultural and Creative Industries. Click on the following links and check out the publications!
Regional Case Study – Chatham, England, The United Kingdom
Regional Case Study – Dundee, Scotland, The United Kingdom
Regional Case Study – Enschede, The Netherlands
Regional Case Study – Leuven, Belgium
Regional Case Study – Liepāja, Latvia
Regional Case Study – Lund, Sweden
Regional Case Study – L’Aquila, Italy
Regional Case Study – Pécs, Hungary
Regional Case Study – Pori, Finland
Regional Case Study – Treviso, Italy