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Post by claud39 on Wed Feb 20, 2019 7:19 pm


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Wednesday 20 February 2019

Creative Economics 980-Alsabbaq

Dr.. Bassem Brahimi

In the context of economics, the "creative economy" is now being discussed as an important and growing part of the global economy as governments and creative sectors around the world are increasingly aware of The importance of creativity as a generator of jobs, wealth and cultural communication.The fact is that a specific definition of the creative economy can not be defined but simply reflects the ability to transform personal hobby or creativity into cash flow or the use of nontraditional and creative solutions to solve economic problems. Britain is a leading country in the development of these economies for its economic role as well as Has contributed to the promotion of social integration, diversity and development. Creative industries in the UK contribute more than £ 84 billion, employ 3 million people (9% of the total) and contribute nearly £ 20 billion of export services
 year 2014.
In the framework of cooperation between the Arab Republic of Egypt and the United Kingdom, the British Council launched its creative economy program in Egypt in 2016 to develop cooperation in the field of creative industries, which will last for three years with the Egyptian government and industry organizations and companies to support entrepreneurship and increase job opportunities and increase demand for creative products
 The Egyptian. 
The Egyptian Ministry of Culture and Information has been included in its definition of the creative economy as a pillar of business such as advertising and marketing, architecture, product design, fashion design, film and television, photography, information technology, software and services
It should be noted that Iraq is still devoid of creative centers that are the nerve of the creative economy and there are still only some modest centers, especially private non-governmental initiatives and may be the experience of "station", a center for communication and digital production established by the Association of Iraqi private banks, Experiences in the field of creative centers, which we hope to receive more attention to be cloned in other provinces and benefit from youth energies, especially that the youth constitute about 50% of the Iraqi society, and in this context can benefit from the experience of cooperation with the Egyptian Cultural Council 
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