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capstonereportfinaldesigncontent The Capstone Report is based on the three main quantitative chapters of the Economic Mapping study of the Cultural and Creative Industries 2020: Report 1: Macroeconomic Impact Assessment Modelling System and Impact Analysis of the Culture and Creative Industries. Produced by Conningarth Economists, for the South African Cultural Observatory. Report 2: South Africa’s international trade in cultural products: A focus on trade with the EU in a comparative regional setting. Cattaneo, N. and Snowball, J. Rhodes University, for the South African Cultural Observatory. Report 3: Employment in the Cultural and Creative Industries in South Africa. Hadisi, S. (Independent Economist Consultant, and Research Associate at Political Economy Southern Africa) and Snowball, J. Rhodes University, for the South African Cultural Observatory. Related Links Don’t let Covid-19 kill SA’s cultural sector and its economic value
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