This paper reviews the literature on cultural and creative spaces, and examines its merits and shortcomings in helping to explain how culture and creativity in the city are supported. Alternative ways of conceptualising cultural and creative spaces which emphasise the importance of networks and multi-scalar relationships and non-economic considerations will be examined.
Sociology of Culture | Urban Studies
Bunkakeizaigaku [Cultural Economics]
Japan Association for Cultural Economics
Kong, Lily.(2012). Conceptualising Cultural and Creative Spaces. Bunkakeizaigaku [Cultural Economics], 9(1), 12-22.
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