Lake Constance Region’s Creative Economy
Available now! The report includes a wealth of analyses, facts, portraits, figures, comparisons and mappings, through which it draws a multi-faceted picture of this multi-sector complex in the border region of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The regional significance of the creative economies in the Lake Constance region is thus demonstrated for the first time and placed in its European context.
This research was made possible by the International University of the Lake Constance (IBH), which funded the project and resulted from a close cooperation between Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), the CreativeEconomies research venture as well as HTWG Konstanz – University of Applied Siences. The Statistical Office Canton of Zurich contributed to the project as a field partner.
Co-Curators: Christoph Weckerle, Simon Grand / Contributors: Cyril Kennel, Lara Leuschen, Katharina Nill, Roman Page, Janine Schiller, Tatjana Thimm / Editor: Janine Schiller / Graphics: Lea Pfister, Ursina Landolt
Creative Economy Report 2018
Which strategies do artists and designers pursue in search of a “positive economy”? How do they interlink contents and contexts in different entrepreneurial settings? What characterises the creative economies in Switzerland? How are the country’s creative industry
This report explores the dynamics of Switzerland’s creative economies. Based on analyses, facts and figures, portraits and mappings, it presents a multi-faceted picture of this industry complex beyond buzzwords like “business” and “creativity.” It thus contributes to understanding new emerging business models.
Co-Curators: Christoph Weckerle, Simon Grand / Contributors: Frédéric Martel, Roman Page, Fabienne Schmuki / Editor: Janine Schiller / Graphics: Lea Pfister, Ursina Landolt
Creative Economy Report 2016
“Von der Kreativwirtschaft zu den Creative Economies – Kreativwirtschaftsbericht Schweiz 2016”: This report provides new approaches to the Creative Economy in Switzerland along defined submarkets of the Creative Industries. Furthermore it focuses on national and global key issues such as value creation, modes of cooperation, processes of creation, practices and processes of the involved actors.
The report is currently available in German. Parts of the report are also available in English.
Authors: Christoph Weckerle, Roman Page, Simon Grand
Graphics: Lea Pfister, Ursina Landolt
Creative Economy Report 2014
The Creative Economy Report provides an up-to-date picture of the creative economy in Switzerland from both a national and a global point of view.
Zurich’s Creative Industries Reports
When in 2003 the first creative economy report for Switzerland was published, a new and noteworthy awareness grew: For the cultural diversity of Switzerland the government-financed sector was as important as the commercial one.
To gain a better understanding about Zurichs role within Switzerlands cultural diversity, three Creative Industries Reports (2005, 2008, 2010) focussing on Zurich were published. They outline data and facts about the economical effects of the sector to the greater area of Zurich as well as specific chracteristics of the field.
Creative Industries Switzerland 2008
This publication written and edited by Christoph Weckerle, Manfred Gerig and Michael Söndermann in 2008 provides a greatly needed overview of the concepts and specific characteristics of Switzerlands creative industries. It analyzes the international discourse, presents up-to-date empirical-statistical Europe-wide analyses, derives models and draws conclusions for the current debate in Switzerland, and places special emphasis on the innovative potential of the creative scene and its dynamics for the entire creative industry.
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