MAPPING AND RANGING OF CULTURAL AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES IN THE CITY OF PLOVDIV
This paper reflects the goals and objectives of the fundamental scientific research project “Young Scientists 2016” at the Scientific Research Fund of the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science.
The aim of this research is to analyze and map the cultural industries in Plovdiv. The intention is the resources of cultural industries to be researched using empirical data and then based on this research to be ranged and mapped. Furthermore, the research team is looking for a new model and tool-set for appraisal of the cultural industries. The methods employed are based on success indicators borrowed from economics and statistics.
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