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Creative Economy + Innovation Culture (CEIC) Series (5 titles)

Hidden Innovation: Policy, Industry and the Creative Sector
Hidden Innovation:...
Stuart Cunningham


The latest book in the internationally acclaimed Creative Economy series


Knowledge Matters
Knowledge Matters
Richard E. Lee


Knowledge Matters is a crucial step towards solving the structural crisis in how we understand our world. With the rise of capitalism came structures of knowledge that divided ‘facts’ (sciences) from ...


The Economics Of Identity And Creativity: A Cultural Science Approach (Creative Economy + Innovation  Culture Series)
The Economics Of I...
Carsten Herrmann-...


The UQP Creative Economy + Innovation Culture series edited by Stuart Cunningham and John Hartley showcases fresh research approaches to global creative thinking, enterprise and innovation. The series ...


Creative Ecologies: Where Thinking Is A Proper Job
Creative Ecologies...
John Howkins


Why do some ideas flourish and others fail? Why is independent thought valued in some societies and discouraged in others? This series links the creative and digital media fields to law, education, b ...


The Uses Of Digital Literacy
The Uses Of Digita...
John Hartley


Online social networks, user-created content and participatory media are often still ignored by professionals, denounced in the press and banned in schools. But the potential of digital literacy shoul ...





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