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Measure for measure: the economic and social value of creative and performing arts research in the UK.

Marcella, Rita; MacDonald, Stuart; Baxter, Graeme

Authors

Rita Marcella

Stuart MacDonald

Graeme Baxter



Abstract

This work is one of a series of 34 essays on the value of arts and humanities research, commissioned by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in 2008. This essay considers the economic and social value of creative and performing arts research in the UK, from both business school and art school perspectives. It also includes commentary from some key figures in the UK creative industries.

Report Type Research Report
Publication Date Dec 31, 2008
Publisher New Publisher Required
Institution Citation MARCELLA, R., MACDONALD, S. and BAXTER, G. 2008. Measure for measure: the economic and social value of creative and performing arts research in the UK. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.
Keywords Economic impact; Social impact; Creative and performing arts research

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