By Christoph Weckerle
Coverage makers in any respect degrees are studying the thought of inventive industries: the song undefined, literature and publication marketplace, paintings marketplace, movie and tv industries, acting arts, layout, structure, advertisements, software program / desktop video games - from monetary and innovation suggestions to schooling coverage and concrete improvement, the artistic industries are being defined as a version for achievement. besides the fact that, recommendations for actual, sensible implementation stay imprecise. This booklet presents a drastically wanted review of the techniques and particular features of this quarter. It analyzes the overseas discourse, provides updated empirical-statistical Europe-wide analyses, derives versions and attracts conclusions for the present debate in Switzerland, and locations distinctive emphasis at the cutting edge power of the inventive scene and its dynamics for the whole inventive undefined.
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Hence, large media companies can be business activities. Nonetheless, there are some com- transferred from the "publishing" branch music industry, also called the music market, is the mon basic features. First, there is a large music sector, "recording" branch, so that the data suddenly show a consisting mainly of self-employed and freelance musi- major shift that, due to the official statistics' strict data cians, composers, performing artists, small businesses, protection laws, cannot always be plausibly justified.
THE MUSIC INDUSTRY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF of up to ten employees, amounting to 12% of the total. OFFICIAL STATISTICS The following section will add The central music industry segment in particular, such to the above-mentioned business changes based on the as the audiovisual equipment market, musical instru- Federal Tax Administration (VAT) statistics by focusing ment production, and music retail demonstrate a defin- on the music industry from the official statistics per- itive micro-enterprise structure.
Statistics. Their complex network structure presents a tics that cannot be accounted for in real market developments. 2 THE MUSIC INDUSTRY introduce new definitions or classifications, which OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF THE SWISS MUSIC INDUS- causes certain enterprises and workplaces to be reclas- TRY The sified and "statistically transferred" to a different eco- characterized by its complex structure ofvery different nomic branch. Hence, large media companies can be business activities. Nonetheless, there are some com- transferred from the "publishing" branch music industry, also called the music market, is the mon basic features.