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2012 | 3 (57) | 38-57
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CREATIVITY IN THE INTERNET AGE

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The article engages in author's economic interpretation of creative labour concept, its relationship with the concepts of creativity, culture and intellectual alienability. Author gives preconditions of Cultural and Creative Sector rising, which peak goes to the age of Internet. Its key differences from other sectors are studied. The main characteristics and functions of creative labour are marked out. A number of criteria for classification of labour, which takes into account the creative component in all sectors of economy, including the non-creative, are formed. Author’s criterial basis of identification labour as creative is proposed. The main economic effects are studied and arguments for the necessity to evaluate economic effects of labour’s creativity in the greatest possible value-creating effect are given.
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  • Business School of London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom
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