The Changing Spatial Distribution of Employment in Creative Industry Clusters in England, 1991-2018

The geography of employment in contemporary creative industries is marked by two apparently contradictory trends. The first is the tendency to cluster; a large number of studies have shown that the creative industries tend to agglomerate strongly in large cities. At the same time, the growth of the creative industries is producing a spread and dispersion of employment in these industries across a wider range of locations.

The geography of employment in contemporary creative industries is marked by two apparently contradictory trends. The first is the tendency to cluster; a large number of studies have shown that the creative industries tend to agglomerate strongly in large cities. At the same time, the growth of the creative industries is producing a spread and dispersion of employment in these industries across a wider range of locations.

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Changing spatial distribution of employment
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