Guest Editorial : Creative industries at the intersection between local agglomeration, national regulation, and global networks

During the last decades, economic geogra- phers have become increasingly interested in creative industries, creative economy, creative cities, as well as the creative class. In addition to this increasing academic interest, testified by several recent special issues in economic geog- raphy journals (see e.g., Regional Studies Vol. 49, Issue 3), policy makers at various spatial levels (urban, regional, national, cross-border, as well as supranational) try to find ways how to foster the development of creative industries.



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