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Researching Cultural Enterprise Office

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Abstract

Vus chapter introduces Cultural Enterprise Office (CEO), the book’s object of study. Based in Glasgow, CEO is situated in the wider UK ‘creative economy’ policy framework and its Scottish variant. Studies of intermediaries engaged in cultural business support for ‘creatives1 are rare. How their performance is formed by the wider institutional landscape and shifting ideas and practices has been little examined. Our research has itself been shaped by the current vogue for knowledge exchange between academics and those they research.

Keywords

creative economy cultural intermediaries Glasgow knowledge exchange 

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  1. 3.
    Fumi Kitigawa and Claire Lightowler, ‘Knowledge exchange: a comparison of policies, strategies, and funding incentives in English and Scottish higher education’, Research Evaluation 22 (2013): 1–2.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. 6.
    Philip Schlesinger, ‘Expertise, the academy and the governance of cultural policy’, Media, Culture and Society 35 (2013): 27–35.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Philip Schlesinger, Melanie Selfe and Ealasaid Munro 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of GlasgowUK

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