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State of the Nations

The Creative PEC’s ‘State of the Nations’ report series uses the latest data to inform policymakers, industry and researchers on economic developments in the Creative Industries in four key areas; R&D, Innovation and Clusters; Internationalisation; the Arts, Culture and Heritage Sectors, and Education, Skills and Talent.

Internationalisation 

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Our Internationalisation State of the Nations reports provide regular overviews of international activity of the UK’s creative industries, in particular international trade, foreign direct investment (FDI) and migration. The Internationalisation theme is led by researchers from the Newcastle University. >

R&D, Innovation
and Clusters

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The R&D, Innovation and Clusters State of the Nations reports provide regular overviews of R&D and innovation in Creative Industries businesses and creative clusters. The R&D, Innovation and Clusters theme is led by researchers at Sussex University. >

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Creative Education,
Skills, Talent

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The Creative Education, Skills, Talent State of the Nations reports provide regular updates on key issues related to the supply of and demand for creative talent in the UK’s Creative Industries. The Creative Education, Skills and Talent theme is led by researchers at Work Advance. >

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Arts, Cultural &
Heritage

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The Arts, Culture and Heritage Sectors State of the Nations reports provide regular reporting on key issues of supply and demand facing the Arts, Culture and Heritage Sectors. The Arts, Culture and Heritage Sectors theme is led by researchers at Sheffield University. >

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State of the Nations Reports

Read our State of the Nations reports covering each of the four themes.

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