Globalization and suburbanization : can creative industries develop in outer urban zones? the Australian case
Flew, Terry (2011) Globalization and suburbanization : can creative industries develop in outer urban zones? the Australian case. In Fan, Zhou (Ed.) Culture, Technology, Market : Country Competition and City Development. Communication University of China Press, Beijing, China, pp. 32-47.
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The creative cities literature gives an emphasis to developing cultural amenity and creative clusters in inner city areas, in order to attract both international visitors and what Richard Florida termed the “creative class”. But many creative workers live in outer urban zones (suburbs). How do creative industries policies meet their needs? This paper reports on a three-year study supported by the Australian Research Council into creative workforce in Australian suburbs in the cities of Melbourne and Brisbane.
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