Creative industries: Setting the research agenda (2009)

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Rene Kooyman received a Master’s degree in Music Education from the State Conservatory of Music in Utrecht, and a Master’s degree in Social Science at The State University in Groningen (RUG), the Netherlands. He graduated with a major in Urban and Regional Planning. After setting up the European Helpdesk, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR Helpdesk) for the European Commission (Directorate General XIII: Research and Innovation) in Luxembourg, he moved to Switzerland, where he received a DEA (Diplôme Educations Approfondies) at the University of Geneva. Recently Rene Kooyman has been responsible for the UNCTAD Creative Economy Conference in Amsterdam. He has been appointed as Senior Researcher at the EU EACEA Research Project on the Entrepreneurial dimensions of cultural and creative industries.


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