Team processing and creative self-efficacy in professionals from creative and non-creative industries

Na Na Anna HUI, Yuen Lan Dannii YEUNG, Christina SUE-CHAN, Sheung-Tak CHENG

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Abstract

The value of creative industries is developing worldwide: the United States (11 % of GDP in 2010; Oxford Economics The economic impact of the creative industries in the Americas. Oxford Economics, UK, 2013), Argentina, Mexico, and Peru (7 % of GDP in 2010; Oxford Economics in The economic impact of the creative industries in the Americas. Oxford Economics, UK, 2013), the European Union (4.5 % of GDP in 2008; TERA Consultants in The economic contribution of the creative industries to EU GDP and employment: evolution 2008–2011. TERA Consultants, France, 2014), South Korea (10 % between 2010 and 2012; CISAC in The creative industries and the BRICS. CISAC, France 2014), China (6.37 % of GDP between 2010 and 2012; CISAC in The creative industries and the BRICS. CISAC, France 2014), Hong Kong (4.1 % of GDP in 2009; Census and Statistics Department, HKSAR in Hong Kong Mon Dig Stat 1–28, 2011), and Taiwan (3.7 % of GDP in 2010, Ministry of Culture, Taiwan in Taiwan cultural and creative industries annual report 2010). Copyright © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media Singapore.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreativity, culture, and development
EditorsAi-Girl TAN , Christoph PERLETH
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer
Pages235-252
ISBN (Print)9789812876355, 9789812876362
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Citation

Hui, A. N.-N., Yeung, D. Y. L., Sue-Chan, C., & Cheng, S.-T. (2015). Team processing and creative self-efficacy in professionals from creative and non-creative industries. In A.-G. Tan, & C. Perleth (Eds.), Creativity, culture, and development (pp. 235-252). Singapore: Springer.

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