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The main objectives of the study are to present the spatial design of the regional systems of creativity in Romania and to identify the evolutionary trends, by creating spatial models for key economic indicators, specific to such economic activities.
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De Gruyter – Sciendo. From cultural to creative industries: Consequently, a yearly nationwide database was created forwhich includes four-digit creative economic activities, according to the Classification of National Economy Activities, for each administrative unit in Romania. The Work Foundation, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol. Series B – Human geography, Vol.
Relationship between social economic agglomeration and labor productivity of core cities in Northeast China.