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No 2016/9:
What drives the geographies of creative industries? From literature review to research agenda

Huiwen Gong () and Robert Hassink ()

Abstract: The objective of this review paper is twofold: First, to review and synthesize the literature on the geographies of creative industries embedded in modern paradigms of economic geography; secondly, to reflect upon and identify a promising research agenda on the drivers of the geographical patterns of creative industries. Several deficiencies of current research are identified in this paper, and based on these deficiencies, we suggest some promising avenues for future research. In particular, we develop a comprehensive framework that goes beyond the analysis of individual drivers of the geographies of creative industries.

Keywords: creative industries; geographical patterns; agglomeration economies; routine replication; institutional environment; (follow links to similar papers)

JEL-Codes: B52; L82; R11; R12; (follow links to similar papers)

39 pages, March 17, 2016

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