Transformation of Trans-local Cultural and Creative Production II

Type: Paper
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Sponsor Groups: China Specialty Group, Economic Geography Specialty Group, Cultural Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/3/2019
Start / End Time: 12:40 PM / 2:20 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Roosevelt 4, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Xu Zhang, Jun Wang, Chun YANG
Chairs: Chun YANG

Call for Submissions

In this session we invite both conceptual and empirical contributions that seek to analyse the economic, social and political features and consequences of trans-local cultural and creative production from multi-disciplinary perspectives. The focus can be both on CCIs in general or any individual cultural and creative sector. The topics addressed within the session include, but are not limited to: the organisation and functioning of the trans-local production networks of CCIs; the mobility (and immobility) of workforce, capital, products and ideas that make up the CCIs production networks and the intertwined-ness of these diverse flows; the network construction by various actors in the cultural and creative production projects and their power relations; processes and locations of value creation, enhancement and capture within and across the different sectors of CCIs; the relationship between the institutional regulatory context at different spatial scales and the functioning of CCIs. Please submit your abstract (250 words maximum) to us, Chun Yang (chunyang@hkbu.edu.hk), June Wang (june.wang@cityu.edu.hk) or Xu Zhang (x.zhang86@hotmail.com), by 15 October. Your Pin number will be required upon acceptance. Please note that the final due date for registration is November 8, 2018. Please feel free to contact us for any enquiry.


Description

During the last decades, cultural and creative industries (CCIs) have attracted growing interests in both academic and policy areas. Whereas the early CCIs research has focused primarily on the localised clustering of such activities and the policy prescriptions that might help foster such agglomerations, the production of cultural and creative goods and services is increasingly organised through a spatially dispersed network of interconnected firms and non-firm actors which perform differentiated roles at various locations (Coe, 2015). This trans-local production of CCIs has entailed the ceaseless mobility of people, ideas, technology, finance and artistic images (Kong, 2014; Wang et al., 2016) and, consequently, have generated new forms of labour market segmentation and spatial division of labour (Miller, 2016). Meanwhile, because of the high explicit symbolic content of their products and the subsequent potential for cultural and political contestation, the various components of cultural and creative production are still embedded in the multi-scalar regulatory frameworks and the territorial-specific social and institutional contexts (Kloosterman, 2010). Furthermore, the application of digital technologies has engendered the transformation of cultural and creative industries, e.g. gaming, movie industries, at global, national and local/regional levels, the studies of which have however been in lack of conceptual efforts and empirical investigation. Changing dynamics and reconfiguration of the trans-local cultural and creative production at different geographical contexts thus offers a rich field of research which may spur new scholarly conversations.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Jun Wang*, City University of Hong Kong, Xu Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology, Framing Creative Production Networks: Trans-Border Film Production After Cepa 20 12:40 PM
Presenter Yu Zhou*, Vassar College, Policy Mobility and qujing(取经): –China’s search and adoption of sustainable building technology from abroad. 20 1:00 PM
Presenter HELIN LIU*, , Baoqiang Wang, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Fatang Liu, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, The production network of urban planning and design industries in megacities in middle China:A case study of Wuhan 20 1:20 PM
Presenter Wen Guo*, Ohio State University, A Social Network Analysis of Urban Governance in Local Creative Placemaking Project 20 1:40 PM
Presenter Juncheng Dai*, Central University of Finance and Economics, Different network and creative cluster innovation: relational economic geography view on Guangdong Industrial Design City 20 2:00 PM

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