Additional Information About Arts and Cultural Production

Cultural Times: The First Global Map of Cultural and Creative Industries

This 2015 report was
authored by EY (a global organization comprising one or more members of Ernst & Young Global, Limited), with contributions from UNESCO, the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers, and the World Bank, among others. The study maps out the macro economy of creative industries in the world, continent by continent.

Interpreting the Value-Added Price Index

Authored by Robert E. Yuskavage and Mahnaz Fahim-Nader, this text was part of a larger article (Gross Domestic Product by Industry for 1947-86) published in the December 2005 edition of the Survey of Current Business. The text discusses and explains concepts related to “real” value added, including “double-deflation methodology” and “multifactor productivity.”

Measuring Economic Value in Cultural Institutions

By focusing on value added, employment, and exports, satellite accounts measure the market benefits of arts and cultural production. However, in this report, Hasan Bakhski, Paul Dolan, et al, expand that perspective to include contingent valuation and well-being valuation methods of measuring
arts and cultural value.

RIAA Facts and Research

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) issues a variety of statistics about the music industry through its Facts & Research Reports. Examples include: RIAA Music Industry Shipment and Revenue Statistics; Labels
at Work: The Music Business in the Digital Age
; and Digital Music Nation.

IFPI Statistics and Reports

The International
Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) issues reports and facts on the global recording industry. Chief among these are the IFPI’s annual report, The Recording Industry in Numbers, and IFPI Digital Music Report 2015.

The Orange Economy: An Infinite Opportunity

The Orange Economy, authored by Felipe Buitrago Restrepo and Ivan Marquez Duque for the Inter-American Development Bank, was designed and written for the purpose of introducing key concepts and areas of debate around the "creative economy," and its importance to the Latin American and Caribbean regions.

Australian National Accounts: Cultural and Creative Activity Satellite Accounts, Experimental

Produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, this publication presents experimental measures of the economic contribution of cultural and creative activity in
Australia, within the context of a satellite account lined to the Australian System of National Accounts.

Canadian Culture Satellite Account, 2010

In September 2014, Statistics Canada released the first Canadian Culture Satellite Account for 2010. The account shows that culture contributed 3.1
percent to the Canadian economy in 2010, while sports contributed 0.3 percent.