Cultural Entrepreneurship: The Cultural Worker’s Experience of Entrepreneurship, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Cultural Entrepreneurship

The Cultural Worker’s Experience of Entrepreneurship, 1st Edition

By Annette Naudin

Routledge

178 pages

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Description

This book explores the lived experience of cultural entrepreneurship examining the challenges associated with cultural labour including the insecurities of managing precarious working conditions. Drawing on interviews conducted with cultural workers, Cultural Entrepreneurship focuses on how individuals articulate their experience of entrepreneurship in the cultural and creative industries. Noting the importance of place, the local cultural milieu is examined as a means of situating entrepreneurial practices through cultural and enterprise policies, local networks, and significant relationships. Within this framework, the cultural entrepreneurs’ stories reveal means of subverting or re-interpreting identities and the possibility for ‘rethinking cultural entrepreneurship.’

Aimed at researchers, academics and students investigating cultural entrepreneurship, cultural policy and cultural labour, Cultural Entrepreneurship will additionally be of value to creative industry consultants, cultural policymakers, and those setting up creative enterprises. Researchers from fields such as geography, investigating different aspects of the cultural industries in relation to cultural policy and place, will also find this book to be a useful contribution.

Reviews

"Cultural Entrepreneurship provides a compelling examination of the experiences of entrepreneurs in the creative and cultural industries. Drawing on research with entrepreneurs, this book explores identity, networking, and place to provide a distinctive analysis of interest for a wide audience of policy makers, practitioners and researchers."Daniel Ashton, University of Southampton, UK

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Entrepreneurship Research

2. The Rise of the Cultural Entrepreneur

3. A Framework for Researching the Cultural Entrepreneur

4. Identity and the Cultural Entrepreneur

5. The Significance of Place

6. It’s Who You Know Not What You Know That Matters

Conclusion

About the Author

Annette Naudin is Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Birmingham City University, UK and is an Enterprise Education Fellow of the National Centre for Graduate Entrepreneurship.

About the Series

Routledge Studies in Entrepreneurship

This series extends the meaning and scope of entrepreneurship by capturing new research and enquiry on economic, social, cultural and personal value creation. Entrepreneurship as value creation represents the endeavours of innovative people and organisations in creative environments that open up opportunities for developing new products, new services, new firms and new forms of policy making in different environments seeking sustainable economic growth and social development. In setting this objective the series includes books which cover a diverse range of conceptual, empirical and scholarly topics that both inform the field and push the boundaries of entrepreneurship.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS025000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship