• Creative Industries - The Effective Way to Sustainable Development   [MASS 2012]
  • Author(s)
  • Da Deng
  • To achieve a new round of economic growth at this stage, it is impossible for our country to continue to resource- based and dependent development model. Based on intellectual capital and creativity, creative industries are of particular importance to the road to sustainable development. This paper analyzes the creative industries in the following roles - changing the model of economic growth, optimizing industrial structure, innovation and economic operation system, upgrading the overall competitiveness of the region. View of this article is that the development of creative industries has gone beyond its significance as a new industry format of the industry level, is the realization of a new round of growth and development by leaps and bounds in an effective way.
  • Service economy; Creative Industries; Sustainable Development; Optimizing the industrial structure
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