Creative Industries and Urban Spatial Structure: Agent-based by Helin Liu (auth.)

By Helin Liu (auth.)

This ebook explores the dynamics of the interplay among the improvement of artistic industries and concrete land use. it really is according to the case urban of Nanjing, a city representing the second one tier of towns in China's city approach within the Yangtz River delta. This learn adopts an interdisciplinary strategy which integrates GIS, ABM, Questionnaire research and Interview.

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The concentrations of creative industries in the suburban area, in this sense, are a “spontaneous” development process which is an adaption to the dynamics of land-use change and rise or fall of the creative firms. It is explained not only by the specifics of industrial organisation, the diseconomies of high rents and the overcrowding in the city centre but also by the requirements of particular lifestyles, as well as by business failure (Gornostaeva 2008; Zˇaucer et al. 2011). In addition to this spontaneous process, the decentralisation trend is also pushed forward by policy schemes based on cluster theory.

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This is also the case for the creative workers in different sectors. As Musterd (2004) emphasised, creative workers engaged in different creative sectors tend to congregate in different locations within the urban area. For instance, creative workers in arts, media entertainment, designer fashion and advertisement show a tendency of inner-city location. But the managers spread in a more even distribution pattern across the city. Evidence also shows that the locational decision of the firms and the workers varies in different cases.

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