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The Impact of cultural and creative industries on the wealth of countries, regions and municipalities [Recurs electrònic] / Rafael Boix Domenech, Blanca De Miguel Molina and Pau Rausell Köster

By: Contributor(s): Publication details: United Kingdom : Routledge, 2021Description: 22 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (2,37 Mb) In: European planning studies 02 Apr. 2021Summary: This paper compares the total impact of cultural and creative industries (CCIs) on per capita income of countries, regions and municipalities. We estimate the total effects of CCIs in 78 developed and developing countries in 5 continents, in 275 European regions and in 518 municipalities in the European region of Valencia, using data obtained from multiple databases and nonparametric local linear least squares. The average effects of CCIs are positive in the three territorial scales, in both low- and high-income locations, and increase in conjunction with increases in development, with high and very high developed places showing greater impacts. CCIs are, thus, a powerful resource for improving the well-being of rich and poor places at all geographic scales; however, they also act as a double-edged sword, as they increase inequalities between places. (Font: Autor)
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1. Introduction -- 2. The impact of cultural and creative industries (CCIs) on the per capita income of places: 2.1. Nature and type of impacts ; 2.2. Measurement approaches and empirical evidence -- 3. Methodology: 3.1. Model ; 3.2. Estimation -- 4. Data: 4.1. Units of analysis -- 5. Total impacts of the cultural and creative industries (CCIs): 5.1. The average total impact of the CCIs on the GDP per capita is positive and economically significant at all territorial scales ; 5.2. The individual impact is mostly positive but can also be negative for some places ; 5.3. Places benefit differently from CCIs depending on their level of development -- 6. Conclusions and policy implications -- Notes -- References -- Appendices

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