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Promoting the Making Self in the Creative Micro-economy (‘Crafting Self’) was funded through the Australian Government’s Australian Research Council’s Discovery Project funding scheme (project number DP150100485). The primary aim of the project was to determine how online distribution is changing the environment for operating a creative micro-enterprise, and with it, the larger relationship between public and private spheres. A key research question was: what are the ‘self-making’ skills required to succeed in this competitive environment?
This report analyses data on: The workforce of National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) and Major Partner Museums (MPMs), including the diversity of people in key leadership roles and at different job levels
Investigating Causal Effects of Arts Education Experiences: Experimental Evidence from Houston's Arts Access Initiative. The report encourages policymakers to be mindful and considerate of these multifaceted educational benefits when assessing the opportunity costs that come with decisions pertaining to the provision of the arts in schools.
The structure of the Swedish media development is emerging in a close interaction with the surrounding society. The social, economic, political and technological landscapes shape - and are shaped by - the media landscape in an ongoing process. The Media Sweden in 2019 provides a current and comprehensive overview of today's Swedish media landscape.
A new WIPO flagship study has documented a massive recent surge in artificial intelligence-based inventions, with U.S.-based companies IBM and Microsoft leading the pack as AI has moved from the theoretical realm toward the global marketplace in recent years.
The idea behind the artist alliance is to reduce the gap between the permanently employed and the freelancer field. This is done by creating professional freelancers that meet the Alliance membership criteria instead of temporary unemployment, a professional, economic and social safety net for the alliance company in the form of an employment relationship.