2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-75902009000100003
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Indústrias criativas: definição, limites e possibilidades

Abstract: CREATIVE INDUSTRIES: DEFINITION, LIMITS AND POSSIBILITIES RESUMOO termo "indústrias criativas" surgiu nos anos 1990, para designar setores nos quais a criatividade é uma dimensão essencial do negócio. As indústrias criativas compreendem, entre outras, as atividades relacionadas ao cinema, ao teatro, à música e às artes plásticas. Neste artigo introdutório, mostramos o surgimento do termo no âmbito de políticas públicas de desenvolvimento econômico, analisamos a literatura científi ca sobre as indústrias criati… Show more

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“…Of the 36 articles in question, 10 deal with reflections on the concept of creative economy and its significance, congruencies, overlaps, divergences, related concepts, and applications in the formation and development of public policies; 12 focus on the relationship between creative economy and local and regional development through the investigations about creative cities, districts, and clusters; 8 articles present analyses related to issues faced by specific sectors of the creative economy; finally, 7 discuss management practices, models of decision-making, and dynamics associated with the professional work of creative sectors. Bendassolli et al (2009) conducted a theoretical review with the objective of presenting the theme [of creative economy] as promising for scientific research, drawing from a broad survey of concepts, features and characteristics defended by scholars and researchers of the field. Comparative analyses between concepts such as creative industries and cultural industries, content and copyright, and creative economy and economy of culture demonstrate the wide spectrum of meanings and characteristics that both clarify and confuse themselves.…”
Section: Aspects and Thematics/themes Prioritizedmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Of the 36 articles in question, 10 deal with reflections on the concept of creative economy and its significance, congruencies, overlaps, divergences, related concepts, and applications in the formation and development of public policies; 12 focus on the relationship between creative economy and local and regional development through the investigations about creative cities, districts, and clusters; 8 articles present analyses related to issues faced by specific sectors of the creative economy; finally, 7 discuss management practices, models of decision-making, and dynamics associated with the professional work of creative sectors. Bendassolli et al (2009) conducted a theoretical review with the objective of presenting the theme [of creative economy] as promising for scientific research, drawing from a broad survey of concepts, features and characteristics defended by scholars and researchers of the field. Comparative analyses between concepts such as creative industries and cultural industries, content and copyright, and creative economy and economy of culture demonstrate the wide spectrum of meanings and characteristics that both clarify and confuse themselves.…”
Section: Aspects and Thematics/themes Prioritizedmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…If on one hand this "new economy" is understood within a post-industrial context as a propeller of growth in developing countries and defended as a solution to the challenges of economic repositioning, creative economy is on the other hand regarded with suspicion due to the tensions and fears it raises about the production of and access to culture as well as the commercialization of goods and services, the latter of which submits creative goods and services to a purely mercantile logic (Bendassolli et al 2009). …”
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“…A economia criativa nasce nos anos 1990, na Austrália e no Reino Unido, como uma nova proposta para o desenvolvimento econômico. Os programas de governo, especialmente na Inglaterra, vislumbraram na economia criativa, por meio do incentivo à geração de propriedade intelectual, direitos autorais e marcas registradas, uma possibilidade de desenvolver sua economia que passava por forte desindustrialização, denotando, portanto, um propósito neoliberal (BENDASSOLLI, 2007;GAY;PRYKE, 2002;GARNHAM, 2005). No Brasil, já em 2004, o então ministro Gilberto Gil participou, em São Paulo, da XI Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Comércio e Desenvolvimento (UNCTAD), onde se deram discussões sobre as chamadas "indústrias criativas".…”
Section: Cultura Mercado E Estadounclassified
“…Nesse sentido, é importante destacar que os ambientes criativos podem estar presentes em organizações atuantes na chamada economia criativa (Bendassolli, Wood, Kirschbaum, & Cunha, 2009;Newbigin, 2010) ou em organizações que baseiam suas ações competitivas na inovação. A criatividade, por sua vez, é associada à geração de ideias novas e úteis, relacionadas ao incomum e a um novo ponto de vista, que rompem com os padrões existentes, e são capazes de produzir resultados práticos através da inovação (Anderson, Potocnik, & Zhou, 2014;Martens, 2011).…”
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