The aim of this article is to study an influence of various cultural festivals in St. Petersburg on development of the creative industries in the city. The definition of prospects of the development of culture of «Russia’s Northern Capital» demands the analysis of an existing scientific and administrative discourse concerning interaction in a city on Neva the rich cultural heritage and new creative industries. The situation of St. Petersburg as а large European cultural center and one of the important cities of the Russian Federation allows to define prospects of its development as «creative city». It includes also the analysis of cultural, social and economic consequences of the development of festival movement.
The article discusses the concept of the creative city and its application in Russian cities. On the examples of Obvodny Kanal area and New Holland Island in St. Pe- tersburg the possible consequences of the creative spaces development are analyzed: social segregation, elitism and the increasing importance of the cultural consump- tion as a segregational practice.
In this paper we consider a modification of the method of conjugate interactions for solution of the problem descriptions of human motor function.
The article analyzes the different approaches to measure and to estimate knowledge-intensive services in international trade. The author presents an approach for the classification of knowledge-intensive services to analyze the effectiveness of trade policy measures to protect the economic interests of the Russian innovative business in the global market. It describes the dynamics, structure and geography of export-import operations of Russian knowledge-intensive services.
The rise of creative industries is closely connected with the range of changes concerning socio-economic development in postindustrial and digital economy; reflects new trends in consumer behavior and innovations in business models. Entrepreneurship in creative industries is very attractive sphere for small and medium-sized businesses, it gives new opportunities for cooperation between representatives of creative industries and other agents of economic and social relations. An interest to creative industries development could be observed from different stakeholders across Russia. Issues of effective functioning and interaction of commercial and non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs in creative sector are becoming the key points for successful development of markets in creative sphere.
This manual is designed to expand knowledge in the field of creative entrepreneurship, to understand the particular features of market structure from supply and demand side, and to apply practical recommendations and tools for solving specific problems that an entrepreneur faces in his activities. The manual consists of 3 chapters, the text reveals the definition and boundaries of the creative industries sector; economic bases of demand and supply side of market for products and services created by creative workers and having a symbolic and cultural value (Chapter 1). Besides, authors pay attention on dealing business in the digital environment and infrastructure for creative entrepreneurs. Chapter 2 of the manual reveals the issues of interaction and communication with consumers, identifying and working with various consumers segments, analyses factors that influence consumer’s decision-making process. The manual presents practical examples (cases) and tasks that allow to master and improve the tools of marketing research. Chapter 3 describes in detail methodology and stages of the business modeling in creative industries. Questions for self-examination, cases and exercises make it possible to combine the theory and practice of the questions studied. The manual is addressed to a wide range of readers, can be used by educational institutions, it is useful to the industry representatives as an additional theoretical and practical guide. The manual is created in the framework of the project “Creative Grasp” supported by the Council of Nordic Countries.