Schramme Annick, PhD

Schramme Annick, PhD
  • Cultural Policy
  • International Cultural Policy
  • Creative Industries
  • Creative City
  • Cultural Entrepreneurship

Biography

Annick Schramme is the academic director of the Competence Center Creative Industries at the Antwerp Management School, where she is also responsible for the research output of the Knowledge Center of Flanders District of Creativity, and for some education programs (master class cultural management; master class creative jumpers). Besides, she is the academic coordinator of the Master Cultural Management and the competence center Management, Culture & Policy (Faculty of Applied Economics) at the University of Antwerp. Over the last years she has published about the arts policy of Flanders, the creative industries, local cultural policy and the creative city, heritage policy from an international perspective, cultural entrepreneurship etc. Finally she is member/chair of several boards and/or advisory committees in the cultural sector in Flanders and the Netherlands, like the Royal Ballet of Flanders/the Royal Opera, the Flemish Fund for Literature, The Flemish Children theatre HetPaleis and the Strategic Advisory Board for Culture, Youth, Media and Sports of the Flemish Government and the Dutch Council for Culture.

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Dominante denkkaders in de creatieve industrieën in Vlaanderen

Dominante denkkaders in de creatieve industrieën in Vlaanderen

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Dit onderzoeksrapport kadert in de opdracht van het Flanders DC - Antwerp Management School Kenniscentrum om Creatief Vlaanderen meer ondernemend te maken. In het rapport worden de dominante denkkaders van de Creatieve Industrieën in Vlaanderen in kaart gebracht.

Studie Creatieve Industrieën in Vlaanderen

Creative Industries in Flanders Mapping and economic analysis

This study report is part of the mission of the Flanders DC - Antwerp Management School Centre of Expertise to make Creative Flanders more entrepreneurial. In this context, the value networks were initially mapped for each sector, as well as their economic impact.

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