Produced as part of the H2020 project CICERONE
This paper is the second of a series of CICERONE papers exploring whether and to what extent the existing European, national and regional policy frameworks concerning cultural industries (and the wider economy) are appropriate to the challenges of new and emergent organisational and governance forms of the creative economy. This paper adopts the Global Production Network (GPN) approach to creative and cultural industries (CCIs). Such approach aims at capturing the main drivers of changes in labour division among firms such as digitalization, regulation, taxes, subsidies, copyright policy. It also analyses local and supra-local ties governing the CCI production.
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