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Mapping the South African Cultural Industries

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Mapping the South African Cultural Industries Mapping studies are “living” documents that need to be updated and used in ways useful to industry stakeholders What are CCI mapping studies? - Purpose: Varies widely, sometimes focusing on a whole country, or more narrowly on a specific cultural domain or sub?sector of the domain. • Most commonly tracked indicators include: • Number and geographical distribution of firms in the industry; • Firm characteristics by sub?group including industry structure (cluster analysis), legal organisation and concentration; • Contributions to the economy (production, productivity or value added; contribution to tax); • Employment (direct & indirect); • Trade (exports and imports) 5th December 2017
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