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Scientists Explore Creative Industries’ Potential

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On 24-25 November, 2022, the HSE Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge is hosting the Second International Academic Conference ‘Creative Economy: Key Development Trends and Public Policy’, and the International Forum of Young Creative Economy Researchers. The events are held under the aegis of the HSE World-Class Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre.

Young researchers (under 35), graduate and post-graduate students specialising in socio-economic aspects of creative economy or specific creative industries, who wish to take part in the II International Forum of Young Creative Economy Researchers (on 24 November) are invited to apply until 14 November.

  • The studies presented at the forum must relate to one of the following (or similar) topics:
  • Key trends in the development of creative economy, or specific creative industries
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on creative industries
  • Digitisation of creative industries
  • Assessing, measuring, and forecasting creative industries’ growth
  • Analysing creative clusters
  • Creative potential of cities and regions
  • Identifying creative industries’ growth points
  • Best business support practices in the field of creative industries, etc.

The authors of the three best presentations made at the Forum will be awarded certificates of honour.

On the second day (25 November), prominent Russian and international researchers and experts will come together to discuss relevant aspects of creative economy growth in the scope of the II International Academic Conference ‘Creative Economy: Key Development Trends and Public Policy’.

The conference programme comprises three sessions:

  1. Human potential of creative industries: education, skills, employment
  2. Studying creative potential of Russian regions
  3. Secrets of national creativity

The participants’ presentations will touch upon a number of issues such as training of personnel, digitisation of creative industries’ human capital development, specific features of various cities’ creative specialisation, public support for creative industries, etc.

Terms:

Working languages: Russian and English (simultaneous translation will be provided).

Event format: online (on the Webinar.ru platform; links for logging in will be emailed at the address provided during the registration).

Please visit the website for more details.

To register

Contacts:

Viktoriya Lapochkina

The conference is organised in the framework of a research grant funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (grant ID: 075-15-2022-325).