Presentations

Creative Workforce 2.0 Program of Research

Speaker(s): 
Erica McWilliam, Greg Hearn, Jen Tan
Date Posted: 
14 October 2008
Type: 
Video

Powerpoint presentation of the Creative Workforce 2.0 Program of Research in Singapore, 16-18 September 2008.

Presentation Audience:
CW2.0's potential international collaborators - comprising key government & tertiary education institutions in Singapore.

  • • National Institute of Education
  • • Nanyang Technological University
  • • National University of Singapore
  • • Ministry of Information, Communication & Arts
  • • Media Development Authority

Lecture 4: Economics of Institutions

Speaker(s): 
Jason Potts
Date Posted: 
29 September 2008
Type: 
Video

Introduction to the theory of institutions as habits, routines. Introduction to the game theory definition of institutions. Evolutionary economic definition of institutions. Role of institutions in economic growth and development. Discussion of connection to creative industries research.

Lecture 2: Economic growth and creative industries

Speaker(s): 
Jason Potts
Date Posted: 
29 September 2008
Type: 
Video

This second lecture looks at standard economic growth models, including endogenous growth theory. Potts explains evolutionary growth models (Hayekian, Schumpeterian and Dopfer-Pottsian) and discusses their connection to creative industries. The role of government in economic growth and development is discussed.

Lecture 2. Part 1.

Creating value: between commerce and commons: conference presentations

Speaker(s): 
Baroness Greenfield, Henry Jenkins, Erica Williams, John Hartley, Arun Sharma
Date Posted: 
8 July 2008
Type: 
Video

From 25th - 27th June 2008, the CCI held its International Conference - Creating Value: Between Commerce and Commons. We are pleased to provide you with video footage from two of the keynote addresses made over the course of the conference, from Baroness Susan Greenfield and Professor Henry Jenkins, as well as replies from CCI researchers. Please use the links provided below to view their presentations.

Day 1 - Keynote Address by Baroness Susan Greenfield: Creating Creative Brains

Complexity, evolution and economics: Toward new foundations for creative industries? Lecture 1

Speaker(s): 
Jason Potts
Date Posted: 
7 July 2007
Type: 
Video

Jason Potts on complexity economics, presented at the ARC Centre for Creative Industries and Innovation at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. This first lecture, in a series of four, looks at complexity as a phase state (chaos order), complexity and incompleteness, complexity and entropy.

Citizen consumer

Speaker(s): 
John Hartley
Date Posted: 
1 June 2007
Type: 
Video

John Hartley introduces the Citizen consumer session at the 'Digital literacy and Creative Innovation in a Knowledge Economy' symposium held in Brisbane 29 - 30 March. This is just a 3 minute introduction. The papers from this session will be added soon.

Media work and media practice

Speaker(s): 
Henry Jenkins, Mark Deuze and John Hartley
Date Posted: 
3 July 2008
Type: 
Audio

Three noted thinkers on the changing nature of media and its consumers. Anthony Funnell on ABC Radio National's media report interviews MIT's Henry Jenkins, Mark Deuze from Leiden University in the Netherlands and Australia's John Hartley, Research Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Creative Industries and Innovation.

Read the full transcript on ABC Radio National's media report program

Digital literacy symposium 2007: uses of multimedia presentations

Speaker(s): 
John Hartley, Kelly McWilliam, Jean Burgess, John Banks
Date Posted: 
27 March 2007
Type: 
Audio

In March 2007 we participated in the Digital Literacy and Creative Innovation in a Knowledge Economy research symposium. The symposium was a collaboration between the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation and the ARC Cultural Research Network. It featured 33 speakers, including Sir Ken Robinson.

Audio files of the Uses of multimedia project presentations are available to download below and videos files will be available shortly. The 1 hour presentation has been divided into 5 parts.

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