The overarching research question for DISCE is: “what are inclusive and sustainable creative economies, and how can they be developed?” Since creative economies are increasingly recognised as an important component of modern economies, as part of the overall research design, this report has a specific role in mapping and measuring Cultural and Creative Industries (hereafter CCIs) across the EU. The report provides a quantitative investigation of cultural economy and CCIs using existing and available data that are consistent with the DISCE approach. It then outlines quantitative measures for the relationship between cultural economy and CCIs and socioeconomic features that are relevant to pursue an inclusive and sustainable growth. Further, this report empirically tests the relevance of the local dimension in the investigation of cultural and creative economy, which is one of the pillars of the DISCE ‘ecology’ approach.

A comprehensive descriptive profile of the European CCIs. DISCE Deliverable D2.4

Daria Denti
2022

Abstract

The overarching research question for DISCE is: “what are inclusive and sustainable creative economies, and how can they be developed?” Since creative economies are increasingly recognised as an important component of modern economies, as part of the overall research design, this report has a specific role in mapping and measuring Cultural and Creative Industries (hereafter CCIs) across the EU. The report provides a quantitative investigation of cultural economy and CCIs using existing and available data that are consistent with the DISCE approach. It then outlines quantitative measures for the relationship between cultural economy and CCIs and socioeconomic features that are relevant to pursue an inclusive and sustainable growth. Further, this report empirically tests the relevance of the local dimension in the investigation of cultural and creative economy, which is one of the pillars of the DISCE ‘ecology’ approach.
CCIs, sustainable and inclusive growth, data operationalisation
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