The creative economy could fuel Australia’s next boom

In this very interesting article, by Stuart Cunningham from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, the author reveals the possibilities the Creative Economy can offer to boost Australian economy since the slowing of the economy in terms of trade. He points out to alternative sources of economic growth potential. Particularly, he talks about the Australian … Continue reading The creative economy could fuel Australia’s next boom

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@Diversity winning ideas

On August 23rd 2013, I had published a post about the "@Diversity project" which is an initiative funded by the European Union. The @diversity Idea Competition was launched in May 2013 and inspired more than 660 individuals and institutions from all EU Member States to get involved. More than 250 ideas were put forward for … Continue reading @Diversity winning ideas

Eurobarometer special survey on “Cultural access and participation”

This week, the Eurobarometer has published a new report on "Cultural access and participation". While trying to figure out some of the important findings of this report, I tried to compare between the different countries, one of the reasons EU citizens consume less cultural products: lack of money. Below are my comparisons from the data … Continue reading Eurobarometer special survey on “Cultural access and participation”