Henry, C. Edward Elgar Publishing. Kong, L.
London: Springer. Van Gelderen, M. Masurel eds. London: Routledge. His training is in sociology and anthropology. He has been conducting comparative investigations in various creative industry domains, including heritage, art and culture, in Singapore, Denmark and China.
She has a PhD in social anthropology and her research interests include questions of religion, identity and ethnicity in entrepreneurship and small business organizations in Southeast Asia. Her research interest is in Chinese business, small-scale enterprises, and the informal economies of Southeast Asia. Among her recent co-edited volumes are Capital and Knowledge.
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DKIT Modules & Programmes - MMED M - Entrepreneurship for Creative Industries
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Entrepreneurship in the Creative Industries Creatives practitioners as Entrepreneurs. Case studies; national and international.
Overview and breakdown of creative industries mapping. Key challenges and future trends in the sector. Government policy and new funding opportunities.
Alternative business models. Case studies and support bodies. Design Thinking Creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. Convergent and divergent thinking.