RESEARCH & EVALUATION

ecce would like to closer examine the impulses of the Cultural and Creative Industries in politics, economy and society. The goal is to pick up, to develop further and to embed in practice current cultural and creative economic debates through project evaluation and international research collaborations.

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EUROPEAN RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP ON CULTURAL AND CREATIVE SPILLOVERS

Since 2014, ecce has focused on the effects of cultural and creative spillovers - to the website

tbd-workshop: Students discuss the city's future.
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tbd-Workshop: Students Discuss the City's Future
How can an urban society benefit from the digitization? Details about the workshop

Publication to be debated
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to be debated THE DIGITIZED CITY

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WorkshopteilnehmerInnen während des FAR16
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Innovative methods to evaluate cultural and creative spillovers

At the Forum d'Avignon Ruhr 2016 the European Research Partnership presented first research findings

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Since the beginning of April, ecce has been working on a co-operation project with WAM Die Medienakademie (WAM the Media Academy)
News 2017
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Jonathan Vickery is an Associate Professor and director of a masters course in the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies at the University of...
News 2017
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Tsveta Andreeva is Senior R&D Officer (Research and Development) at the European Cultural Foundation. ECF is an independent foundation based in the...
News 2017
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ecce is cooperating with the Dortmunder U on the occasion of the festival "Sommer am U" [Summer at the U]. We interviewed Jasmin Vogel, marketing...
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