Fátima Silva São Simão, Helena Santos and Heitor Alvelos
International Symposium on Cultural Policy, Paris, France 30-31 January 2020
This paper aims to address the current (lack of) articulation between copyright regulation and cultural policies over the recent decades, from the artistic work perspective. Departing from David Throsby’s concentric circles model of the cultural industries (2008a) and Chris Bilton’s theory of the ‘new adhocracy’ (1999), among other references, we propose a new model to help clarify the structures and dynamics of the cultural and creative sector – the concentric circles model of cultural work – and their relation to copyright.
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