Exporting Culture in a Global World: War economy or Warhol economy?

  • GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens
  • Cristina Ortega Nuere


In this article we would like to focus our attention on the central role of education for creating the conditions for developing capabilities, particularly in the present crisis situation. Educational institutions and more specifically networks, associations and alliances are the best platforms for creating the best conditions to contribute to the modernization of the educational system and generate opportunities for unconventional connections between creative business and academic spheres.


High Education Institution Intellectual Capital Creative Industry Cultural Policy Inclusive Growth 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens
    • 1
  • Cristina Ortega Nuere
    • 1
  1. 1.BrüsselBelgium

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