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Title

INTELLECTUAL СAPITAL AS THE BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF СREATIVE INDUSTRIES

Author

Hanna Kostromina, Olha Potishchuk, Tamara Rudenko, Maryna Pushkar, Oksana Romaniuk

Citation

Vol. 23  No. 3  pp. 208-214

Abstract

Globalization and the development of technology have turned creativity into a necessity. Numerous countries consider creativity to be the major model of economic development. In this era of the knowledge-based economy, creativity is becoming a catalyst for the development of millions of people around the world. Irina Bokova, the former Director General of UNESCO, has stated that the cultural and creative industries have a capital of 2 250 billion US dollars, almost 30 million jobs worldwide in the economies of advanced countries and developing countries (Cultural Times, 2015). Copyright is a branch of intellectual property with a wider scope, forasmuch as it applies to every product of literary, scientific and artistic works in all forms of expression, relating to certain levels of originality.

Keywords

intellectual capital, copyright protection, creative economy, development of creative industry.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202303/20230323.pdf