Geography, skills and careers patterns at the boundary of creativity & innovation: digital technology and creative arts graduates in the UK

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Comunian, Roberta; Faggian, Alessandra; Jewell, Sarah;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar

In the last decades, research on knowledge economies has taken central stage. Within this broader research field, research on the role of digital technologies and the creative industries has become increasingly important for researchers, academics and policy makers with... View more
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