Creative Industries

Launch of Copyrightuser.org in London

The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) together with CREATe, University of Glasgow launched the Copyrightuser.org at The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Creative Economy Showcase. The event was held at Kings Place, London, on Wednesday 12th March 2014. The Showcase demonstrated the outputs and innovations of AHRC investments in the Creative Economy… Read more »

How Can Creativity Foster the EU Economy?

Ruth Towse's talk

Ruth Towse was invited to give the keynote talk ‘How Can Creativity Foster the EU Economy?’ to a meeting organized in Barcelona on 17th January by the ICEC – Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies, part of the Ministry of Culture of Catalunya. There were representatives of 225 companies present. Besides Ruth Towse’s talk, which tried to clarify… Read more »

Professor Ruth Towse visiting University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Ruth Towse

CIPPM Co-Director Professor Ruth Towse has been invited by the University of Canterbury (New Zealand) as visiting fellow for her work in cultural economics, in the frame of the Erskine Programme. During her permanence in the Southern Hemisphere, Professor Towse will also be visiting Australia where she shall give seminars at MacQuarie University in Sydney… Read more »

AHRC grant awarded for project on music publishing

Arts & Humanities Research Council

CIPPM received a grant from AHRC to carry out a two-year research project on “Evolution in music publishing: economic strategies, business models and copyright”. A team of researchers coordinated by Professor Ruth Towse (Co-Director of CIPPM) will analyse the strategies of the music publishing industry over a long period of time as it adapted its… Read more »