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9th June, 2009

Inside Out Festival 2009: Who Now Believes in the Transfer of Widgets?


This talk was given at the Knowledge Futures Conference, organised at Goldsmiths 16-17 October 2009. It is intended to take forward the thinking in my May 2006 lecture to the Royal Society of Arts, subsequently published as a pamphlet, Knowledge transfer without widgets: the challenge of the creative economy.

[http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/warden/creative-economy.pdf] Some of the early part of the talk recapitulates the argument, and some of the examples, from the 2006 lecture. It then moves on to consider what is distinctive, and what now seems to me to be less distinctive, about knowledge development and knowledge transfer in relation to the creative economy in comparison with other areas of research and industry.


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