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Creative economies in Romania – spatial projections and trends
Sage Publications Ltd, pp. This paper focuses on how creative economies are concentrated in the national network of settlements and how they differentiate in terms of regional profile.
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The main objectives of the study are to present the spatial design of the regional systems of creativity in Romania and to identify the evolutionary trends, by creating spatial models for key economic indicators, specific to such economic activities. The Flight of the Creative Class: