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A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN BRAZIL

BRITTO, Jorge Nogueira de Paiva;

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For the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the Creative economy is an evolving concept based on creative assets potentially generating economic growth and development (2008; 2010). In a broader definition, the Creative Economy consists of creative industries’ transactions that includes at the core creative people expressing a personal aesthetic in his/her work, comprising collaborative processes between creativity, technology and business. This economy would be structured from the generation of functional products and services, which encompass both formal and informal activities, as well as industrial and non‐industrial sect. It is assumed that, at the productive orbit, Creative Industries are among the most dynamic sectors of the world economy, presenting a huge potential to boost national economies generating jobs, income and development, due to crosscutting linkages at macro and micro levels to the overall economy, while promoting social inclusion, cultural diversity and human development. In the policy sphere, the Creative Economy would be defined as set of knowledge-based economic activities with a development dimension, which constitutes a feasible development option for innovation, multidisciplinary policy responses and inter-ministerial action.

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DOI: 10.5151/engpro-1enei-007

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BRITTO, Jorge Nogueira de Paiva; "A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN BRAZIL", p. 84-103 . In: Anais do 1º Encontro da Nacional de Economia Industrial e Inovação [=Blucher Engineering Proceedings, v.3 n.4]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2016.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/engpro-1enei-007

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