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People from high socio-economic backgrounds are almost twice as likely to say public spending on arts and culture benefits them than those with smaller incomes.
The General Administration of Culture publishes "FOCUS" for the fifth consecutive year, a work that reflects the desire to inform citizens, associations, companies and institutions on the means invested in culture, while strengthening the visibility the cultural sector.
A detailed examination of various categories and subjects as well as key provincial and territorial statistics from Statistics Canada’s report on Provincial and Territorial Culture Indicators (2010 to 2014), which provides data on the direct economic and employment impacts of the arts, culture, and heritage.
Official Statistics measuring the number of jobs in the Creative Industries (broken down by a number of characteristics) alongside the value of exports from the UK Creative Industries.
Nesta have published a new report that explores the fusion of arts and science skills in UK companies and the impact of this combination on performance.
In the creative industries, classification and measurement over almost two decades has contributed to healthy – albeit fraught – debates and better outcomes on a range of topics central to public policy.