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The creative industry as a factor in the development of the economy: dissemination of European experience in the countries with economies in transition

    Yuriy Bilan Affiliation
    ; Tetyana Vasilyeva Affiliation
    ; Olena Kryklii Affiliation
    ; Gulbarshyn Shilimbetova Affiliation

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to determine the possibility of using the experience of European countries in the development of the creative industry as a driving force for economic growth for the economies in transition. The authors studied the concept of the creative industry, existing models of classification of sub-sectors of the creative economy. The article analyses data on the world trends in the development of the creative industry and features of these processes in the economies in transition. Based on the results obtained, the key triggers that should be influenced by government regulation in economies in transition are: ensuring access to finance, ensuring an effective system of education at all levels to ensure the availability of skilled labour and literacy consumers of creative products, availability of high-quality infrastructure and regulatory system. Proceeding from this, recommendations for the development of creative industry in the economies in transition structured in terms of the key stakeholders: government, local government (regions and cities), higher educational institutions, creative industry, and other business representatives.


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Šio straipsnio tikslas – apibrėžti galimybę panaudoti Europos šalių patirtį plėtojant kūrybinę industriją kaip ekonomikos augimo varomąją jėgą pereinamojo laikotarpio ekonomikos šalyse. Autoriai ištyrinėjo kūrybinės industrijos koncepciją, esamus kūrybos ekonomikos subsektorių klasifikavimo modelius. Straipsnyje analizuojami kūrybos industrijos plėtros pasauliniai duomenys ir šių procesų bruožai pereinamojo laikotarpio ekonomikos sąlygomis. Remiantis gautais rezultatais, svarbiausios paskatos, kurioms įtakos turėtų vyriausybių nutarimai pereinamojo laikotarpio ekonomikos sąlygomis, yra šios: užtikrinta prieiga prie lėšų, veiksmingos švietimo sistemos garantavimas visais lygmenimis, siekiant užtikrinti kvalifikuotos darbo jėgos pasiekiamumą bei vartotojų raštingumas kūrybos produktų atžvilgiu, aukštos kokybės infrastruktūros ir reglamentavimo sistemos prieinamumas. Nuo šio taško rekomendacijos, skirtos kūrybinės industrijos plėtrai pereinamojo laikotarpio ekonomikos sąlygomis, struktūruojamos atsižvelgiant į pagrindines suinteresuotąsias šalis: valdžią, vietos vyriausybę (regionai ir miestai), aukštojo mokslo institucijas, kūrybinę industriją ir kitus verslo atstovus.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: kūrybinių industrijų klasifikacija, kūrybos ekonomika, kūrybinės industrijos, pereinamojo laikotarpio ekonomika.

Keyword : classification of creative industries, creative economy, creative industries, economies in transition

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Bilan, Y., Vasilyeva, T., Kryklii, O., & Shilimbetova, G. (2019). The creative industry as a factor in the development of the economy: dissemination of European experience in the countries with economies in transition. Creativity Studies, 12(1), 75-101. https://doi.org/10.3846/cs.2019.7453
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