Research

Network is a hub for all of Queen Mary University of London’s research in the creative economy and it operates across three interrelated aims:

  1. Actively conducting research and providing dissemination routes through events and publications
  2. Keeping abreast of funding opportunities in order to build consortia and conduct research
  3. Provide small sums of funding for research activities that are external to Network

Research Highlights

Thames Estuary Production Corridor – Case for Investment

Network recognises the potential for research and consultancy activities to support the proposed development of the Thames Estuary Production Corridor. The Director of Network recently contributed to an FE and HE Workshop exploring the case for investment and the opportunities to HE and FE to contribute their expertise and facilities.

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CALL FOR PAPERS – Network Working Papers Series

Network Working Papers Series is designed to disseminate the range of research being done by QMUL researchers and also by our partners, on, with, and for, the creative economy. We anticipate that these papers will focus on emerging research findings and on work-in-progress. They will be peer-reviewed and made available via the QMUL Institutional Repository as well […]

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Creative Hubs and Urban Development Goals (UK/Brazil)

Creative Hubs and Urban Development Goals (UK/Brazil) was developed by researchers from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Universidade de São Paulo (USP), building upon the methods used by QMUL researchers on the four-year project Creativeworks London, funded by the AHRC.

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