Copyright Laws and Developing Countries

Written by Terry Flew on November 29, 2013

Reposted from Polity independent Blog.

There has been a major international debate in recent years about whether creative industries provide new opportunities for developing countries to benefit economically from their abundant cultural resources. Studies such as UNCTAD’s Creative Economy reports, as well as UNESCO’s Creative Economy 2013 report, have identified ways in which the creative industries offer new opportunities for culturally sustainable economic development.

I discuss these policies in my book Global Creative Industries. UNCTAD recommends understanding cultural policy in developing

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The Global Creative Economy and the New Development Debate

Written by Terry Flew on May 31, 2013

Attached is the plenary presentation that I undertook to the 3rd International SEARCH Conference, Communicating Cultural Diplomacy Through the Media, held at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus on 30-31 May 2013.

My thanks to the conference organisers Dr. Vijaya Sankar, Ms. Josephine Tan, Dr. Antoon de Rycker and the Taylor’s School of Communication for their generosity in inviting me to this event.

Soft Law, Governance and the Developmental State

Written by Terry Flew on September 12, 2012

Slides from my presentation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 12 September 2012. Thanks to Joseph Man Chan and Anthony Fung for the invitation.

CUHK presentation, Hong Kong, 12 sept 2012 from Terry Flew