The European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels held a hearing on cultural creative industries last week, including their material and immaterial spillover effects. „Spillover” is part of daily political discussions in Europe, but its precise definition, understanding and evaluation is not debated accordingly.
Therefore a call for papers, statements or personal comments on “to be debated SPILLOVER” was issued.
In this discourse of the concept of creative spillover effects the author Dr. Jonathan Vickery, Associate Professor at the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick, calls for a new research agenda and questions assumptions or propositions underlying the term "spillover": What is your critic today? What are your demands or hopes for the future?
The European Centre for Creative Economy in Dortmund approaches the need for discussion and research on the topic and therefore published “to be debated SPILLOVER” with the aim to support a more evidence and scientific based discourse on creative spillover.
The European Centre for Creative Economy is looking for input by 31 August 2015.
Contributions can be made to email@example.com and will be published online in autumn 2015. (source: http://www.ne-mo.org/news/article/topic/projects-calls/nemo/call-for-papers-to-be-debated-spillover/376.html)