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Presentation by Drs. Robert Marijnissen from Creative Metropoles research team on the research Theme 1 - structure of public support for creative industries

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    • THEME 1: introduction STRUCTURE OF PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Drs. Robert Marijnissen Warsaw, 22.10.2009
    • DRS. ROBERT MARIJNISSEN short profile
      • PhD. Candidate University of Amsterdam (AMIDSt)
      • Policies for creative industries: Amsterdam Metropolitan Area in an European perspective
      • Creative Metropoles:
      • member of the research team
      • local researcher: Creative Cities Amsterdam Area
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • DRS. ROBERT MARIJNISSEN experience
      • 9 years creating and implementing creative industries policies, mainly in Amsterdam Metropolitan Area
      • > 20 years as an ‘interface’ of culture with: business-skills, policy-making, urban planning, real-estate and so on
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • AIM OF CREATIVE METROPOLES
      • a more focused and efficient public support system for creative industries
      • through the exchange of experience
      • to generate new knowledge and approaches
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • THEME 1: CREATIVE INDUSTRIES STRUCTURE OF PUBLIC SUPPORT
      • information on policies and instruments generated by the 11 metropolitan areas
      • first situation-analysis by research team
      • presentation of (selected) results and issues
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • SELECTED RESULTS AND ISSUES
      • Creative industries through the eyes of policy-makers.
      • Organisation of policy-making and support
      • Aims and goals
      • State, regions and cities
      • Sector, cluster and other approaches
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • CREATIVE INDUSTRIES THROUGH THE EYES OF POLICY-MAKERS
      • creative industries is used by every city, except in Oslo, where they prefer ‘cultural industries’
      • in a context of creative city, creative class, experience economy, (creative) knowledge economy and so on……
      • often a means to an end
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • AIMS AND GOALS
      • economic goals
      • in a cultural and international context
      • balancing inward-outward dimensions
      • balancing social-economic-cultural and spatial dimensions
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • ORGANISATION OF POLICYMAKING AND SUPPORT
      • multi-actor and multilevel game
      • institutional fragmentation
      • large scale coördination
      • mainstreaming/development agencies
      • policy-making & implementation
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • STATE, REGIONS AND CITIES
      • national (legal) framework
      • cities develop their own policies and support system
      • in coöperation with, or complementary to national and regional authorities
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • STATE, REGIONS AND CITIES
      • Berlin is a ‘city-state’and autonomous in its strategy of supporting the creative industries
      • Even though Helsinki cabn independently choose its own goals for supporting CI, it is also depending on the decisions made at the national level, e.g. on the nature of funding programmes
      • Vilnius city support policy is an integral EU, regional and national policy, which cannot take another direction apart the one decided upon national or EU strategic guideline level
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • SECTOR, CLUSTER AND OTHER APPROACHES
      • No overall approach. Most cities make a mix:
      • sector-based:Barcelona
      • sector/cluster: Birmingham, Oslo, Stockholm
      • sector/CI as a whole: Berlin
      • CI as a whole: Amsterdam. Helsinki, Riga
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • SECTOR, CLUSTER AND OTHER APPROACHES
      • for most cities an economic and spatial concept at the same time
      22 . 10 .2009.
    • SOME CLOSING REMARKS
      • creative industries policies 2.0
      • high expectations (get real)
      • economic value=cultural value
      • culture and business-driven strategies (?)
      • coordination of a multi-actor and multilevel game with a great variety of measures
      22 . 10 .2009.