BeschreibungThe variation of cluster growth over time and factors characterising cluster evolution has in recent years attracted much scholarly attention. Recent theoretical contributions have suggested a dynamic co-shaping of spatial attributes of clusters which vary in their importance for cluster emergence, growth and decline. Although cultural and creative industries have been around for many decades, large parts of creative industries have been emerging and growing more recently. Using the main theoretical approaches to cluster evolution and change as a conceptual background, this paper examines the transformation of Vienna´s creative industries since 1910 and more detailed in the period 2000 to 2011.
Vienna has the highest concentration of creative industries in Austria. In recent years these sectors have exhibited growth and diversification in Austria´s main metropolitan city as well as in Austria nationally. This paper uses primary data from interviews and secondary data from the central national database on registered wage earners, and the national creative industries survey (carried out bi-annually since the early 2000s) to analyse changes in growth rates and size distribution of firms in the creative industries sub-sectors. We also investigate their R&D and innovation activities, export shares, growth phase, and development barriers comparing the data on the Vienna region to Austria nationally.
|Zeitraum||6 Mai 2013 → 8 Mai 2013|
|Ereignistitel||Regional Studies Association Conference|
Österreichische Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige (ÖFOS)
- 502039 Strukturpolitik
- 507026 Wirtschaftsgeographie
- 507023 Standortentwicklung