Location, location, location: exploring the complex relationship between creative industries and place
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This special issue is concerned with developing a better understanding of the dynamics that affect the relationship between creative industries and their geographical context. A wide literature has attempted to explain the general characteristics of creative places nevertheless, there is still little knowledge of the micro-interactions that creative practitioners and businesses establish within specific local contexts. The papers included in this special issue aim to address this question from a range of perspectives; earlier versions were presented at the seminar series organized by the Regional Studies Association Research Network on Creative Industries and the Regions (www.creative-regions.org.uk).
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Comunian, R. Chapain, C. and Clifton, N. (2010) 'Location, location, location: exploring the complex relationship between creative industries and place', Creative Industries Journal, 3:1 (5-10)
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