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Report "Entrepreneurship and Arts Related Education"

Published May 08, 2012

Using new data, the report "Entrepreneurship and Arts Related Education", shows that self-employment and combinations of self-employment and wage-employment are much more common among arts graduated than among graduates within other disciplines.

It also sheds light upon possible explanatory factors and provides a discussion on the importance of artistic activities for the attraction and growth of urban areas. The report has been produced for within the division of Economics and was funded by the coordinating organization for universities and colleges in Stockholm.

The report is written by Björn Hårsman with help from Zara Daghbashyan and Vardan Hovsepyan all from the division of Economic

Press here for downloadling the report (in Swedish)  (pdf 1.1 MB)

Belongs to: Industrial Economics and Management
Last changed: May 08, 2012