11 Cultural entrepreneurship incubators as collaborative spaces
A systematic review of cultural entrepreneurship incubation
In many countries, scholars and practitioners observe an increasing economization of cultural and artistic work, a significant decrease in public funding, and changing policy strategies for professionals in the cultural and creative sectors (Ellmeier, 2003 ; Klamer, 2011; Kuhlke et al., 2015; Oakley, 2014). Universities and educators are increasingly aware of these issues, as well as the rise of the creative economy. Within the formal education systems, and specifically at higher education institutes (HEIs), there is an increase in course offers, modules, and programs that ...
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