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6. What drives innovation in creative cities? 7. What are the benefits of creative cities? 8. What are the opportunities and barriers to the development of creative cities? 9. How can public policy influence creative cities? What is required to build a creative city? What is a Creative City? The ‘creative city’ concept was first mentioned in a seminar organized by the Australia Council, the City of Melbourne, the Ministry of Planning and Environment of Victoria in September 1988 (Wikipedia 2009).
Cities not only show cultural and ethnographic diversity, but are also becoming multilingual meeting places (cities as a modern ‘Babylon’) (see Extra and Yagmur 2004). g. the Netherlands or Italy), we observe an increasing popularity of local dialects as a vehicle for showing a common identity (‘connotational value’). In this context, the region or city tends to become a geographic platform for establishing and showing a spatial–social identity. This shows that global openness and accessibility may run parallel to closed and fragmented cultural niches.
Nearness to global financial centres, a major international airport, telecommunication services and other service suppliers and clients, and the availability of an international labour pool are also important considerations (Musterd et al. 2007, Sassen 2001). Soft infrastructure, on the other hand, includes a highly skilled and flexible labour force, a culture of entrepreneurship, a high-quality and attractive living environment, cultural richness and tolerance of alternative lifestyles and/or diversity, a lively cultural scene, the creation of meeting places for business and leisure purposes, education and social support systems, research resources and the support of networks and marketing (Evans 2009, Foord 2008, Musterd et al.