Creative Industries Policy And Evidence Centre
The Policy and Evidence Centre is led by Nesta, the innovation foundation, and involves a UK-wide consortium of universities and one joint enterprise. They are: Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Work Advance, London School of Economics, Manchester, Newcastle, Sussex, and Ulster.
The Centre provides a step-change for three main stakeholders - industry, policymakers and the wider research community - in the quality of evidence for the creative industries. It consults industry about the challenges that the sector faces, from its limited diversity, to skills gaps, barriers to trade, and local growth in the sector. It puts these questions to a UK-wide group of researchers, and feed the evidence and policy advice back to policymakers. This unique model ensures that the Centre's research and policy recommendations are relevant, and meet the needs and priorities of the people working in the sector.
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