November 2015

Cultural Policy and Cultures of Creativity: Can public policies constrain or encourage innovation and entrepreneurship?

I’m mining my past work for my thesis and rediscovering pieces and phrases that should have been shared long ago. For example, this was written in December 2012, for Goucher College. Cultural Policy and Cultures of Creativity: Can public policies constrain or encourage innovation and entrepreneurship?   Culture as a policy decision Common social beliefs (or cultures) are “not products of nature but of politics.”[1] Therefore, concepts of social norms, identity, morals and ideas of what is respected and encouraged are “policy ... {read more}