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- Pete on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
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Category Archives: US Policy
Techcrunch recently featured an interview with New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, as part of their Founder series. It included this glimpse into Gotham’s cultural policy. …the business strategy, if you will, of New York City Government is not to subsidize … Continue reading
by Jon Too many interesting things in the last couple of weeks, too little time to blog. So here are some assorted links that may be of interest.
By Jon A few weeks ago we featured an interview with John Kreidler conducted when launched the online cultural modelling tool, Medici’s lever. In this second interview, we asked him what insights the lever had provided, one year on, and … Continue reading
By Jon 2010 saw the launch of the beautifully named Medici’s lever – a web based tool designed to model the dynamics of cultural policy in an urban environment. John Kreidler (and not Lorenzo de Medici) Medici’s lever is not the brainchild of any … Continue reading