TOR WS 4.5 Culture and Creative Economy

Creative Economy covers all sectors involving creation (artistic or intellectual), as well as the products and services connected to fruition and dissemination. In addition to artistic sectors (music, audiovisual, performing arts, visual arts), it includes: Telecommunications and Broadcasting, Editorial (books and press), Handicraft and Folk Art, Religious Festivals, Material and Immaterial Historical Heritage (forms the use and dissemination), Recreational Software, Design, Fashion, Architecture, Cuisine and Propaganda. The impact of these sectors on the national economy will only be felt if optimized within a Cluster strategy, taking this concept as a system to network or interlace independent operating units. This optimizes the functions and capabilities of individual units, rather than just exploiting them.