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London Creative and Digital Fusion
(ERDF London Creative and Digital Fusion programme, 2014)
The London Creative and Digital Fusion programme of interactive, tailored and in-depth support was designed to support the UK capital’s creative and digital companies to collaborate, innovate and grow. London is a globally ...
Coworking spaces in urban settings: Prospective roles?
(Elsevier BV, 2020-05)
Beyond Autonomy: Political Dimensions of Modernist Novels
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
Coworking Spaces in Urban Settings
Coworking spaces (CWS) are a recent urban phenomenon; workplaces created to provide infrastructure and interaction opportunities for independent professionals and freelancers. This article reviews and discusses the literature ...
A 'Sector Deal' and a Creative Precariat: Shaping Creative Economy Policy in the UK since 2010
(Labex ICCA, University of Paris 13, 2020-10-21)
This chapter analyses the development of policies for the creative economy in the UK over the past ten years. In doing so it seeks to foreground the diversity of these policies across different parts of the UK, as well the ...
The Refusal to Work and the Representation of Political Subjectivity in the 1920s and 2020s
This article considers the power of the general strike as an enabling ‘myth’ within in a range of literary texts from the 1920s that address the specific historical meanings of the 1926 General Strike. It also considers ...
Creative Hubs and Cultural Policies: A Comparison Between Brazil and the United Kingdom
This article presents a comparative analysis of ten creative hubs located in London, Birmingham, and São Paulo. It expolores how cultural policies in the UK and Brazil have constituted in distinct ways the boundaries between ...