Labor Market and Education for Artists and the Creative Industries: Some Descriptive Results from Denmark

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    ConferenceThe 15th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2008
    Number15
    CountryUnited States
    CityBoston
    Period13/06/200816/06/2008

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    Bille, T. (2008). Labor Market and Education for Artists and the Creative Industries: Some Descriptive Results from Denmark. Paper presented at The 15th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2008, Boston, United States.
    Bille, Trine. / Labor Market and Education for Artists and the Creative Industries : Some Descriptive Results from Denmark. Paper presented at The 15th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2008, Boston, United States.20 p.
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    2008. Paper presented at The 15th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2008, Boston, United States.

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    Bille T. Labor Market and Education for Artists and the Creative Industries: Some Descriptive Results from Denmark. 2008. Paper presented at The 15th International Conference on Cultural Economics. ACEI 2008, Boston, United States.