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香港的創意產業基線研究
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中央政策單元 (CPU) 今日 (九月十六日) 公佈香港創意產業基線研究的結果。研究是由香港特別行政區政府來定義和映射出香港創意產業的目前狀態的第一次嘗試。

被委託的 CPU 與香港大學文化政策研究中心由中心進行長達一年研究。它涵蓋 11 工業部門: 即廣告 ;體系結構 ;藝術、 古董與工藝品 ;設計 ;影片和視頻 ;數碼娛樂 ;音樂 ;表演藝術 ;出版 ;軟體與電子計算 ;電視與電臺。它調查了他們的經濟價值、 就業的大小、 特性的生產鏈、 強項和弱點、 未來的挑戰和內地市場的重要意義。

CPU、 劉兆佳教授,負責人表示,在新聞發佈會上,"該報告的結果將使社會和政府,以更好地評估這些工業部門的新經濟的潛力。它為有關的政策局提供了基礎,並考慮如何進一步具體的政策措施,政府部門應制定創建必要的有利環境,以促進這些行業的發展,行政長官 2003 年施政報告所述。

"其它地方的經驗表明創造性行業日益增長的經濟領域,可以作出寶貴的貢獻,為地方經濟和創造很多就業機會。作為一個國際大都會的城市,香港提供理想的環境,為我們的人民將部署自己的才智和想像在這個特定的經濟活動,"劉教授補充說。

研究估計創意產業貢獻超過 $460 億對當地經濟在 2001 年,占國內生產總值的 3.8%。共有超過 30,000 間機構參與 2002 年的 17 萬人。儘管總體經濟低迷,一直場所 (約 22%) 和 1996年-2002 年期間在這些部門 (11%) 受雇的人的數目增加了現實。

創意產業是貨物的關於無形資產轉化生產流程和分佈或服務的象徵性價值和社會意義。香港大學文化政策研究中心博士汝許,說,"創意產業並不是新和許多傳統經濟活動都包括在其中 ; 中心主任但創意產業的構想是及時的分析工具,以説明我們瞭解新的經濟現實。它有助於促進政策制訂和學術研究。研究的重點主要是創意產業的經濟方面的問題但其調查結果也有廣泛影響的社會文化配置"。

CPU 將舉辦公開研討會 2003 年 9 月 24 日與突出揚聲器的欄位和組討論從社會焦點就這個重要課題。



香港的創意產業基線研究的報告全文已上載網站: HTTP://www.info.gov.hk/cpu。


結束 (星期二),9 月 16,2003 年

香港創意產業基線研究

中央政策組今日(九月十六日)公布了「香港創意產業基線研究」的結果。該份報告是香港特別行政區政府首次對香港創意產業的現況進行的解釋及簡介。

這份報告由中央政策組委託香港大學文化政策研究中心在過去一年撰寫。研究涵蓋十一個創意產業,包括廣告;建築;藝術、古董與工藝品;設計;電影與錄像;數碼娛樂;音樂;表演藝術;出版;軟件與電子計算;以及電視與電台。報告分析了這些創意產業對經濟的重要性、就業情況、營運特色、強項和弱點、未來面對的挑戰,以及內地市場的重要性。

本報告可以在此下載 香港創意產業基線研究 ( PDF )

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Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries

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The Central Policy Unit (CPU) today (September 16) released the findings of the Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries. The study is the first attempt by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government to define and map out the current state of creative industries in Hong Kong.

The year-long study was commissioned by the CPU and undertaken by the Centre for Cultural Policy Research of the University of Hong Kong. It covered 11 industrial sectors: namely, advertising; architecture; art, antiques & crafts; design; film & video; digital entertainment; music; performing arts; publishing; software & computing; and television & radio. It surveyed their economic values, size of employment, characteristics of the production chain, strengths and weaknesses, challenges ahead and the significance of the Mainland market.

The Head of the CPU, Professor Lau Siu-kai, said at the press conference, "The findings of the report will enable the community and the Government to better assess the potential of these industrial sectors for the new economy. It provides the basis for relevant bureaux and departments of the Government to consider how further concrete policy measures should be devised to create the necessary favourable environment to promote the development of these industries as envisaged in the Chief Executive's 2003 Policy Address.

"Experience elsewhere suggests that the creative sector is a growing economic domain which can make valuable contributions to the local economy and create many jobs. As a cosmopolitan city, Hong Kong offers the ideal environment for our people to deploy their ingenuity and imagination in this particular economic activity," Professor Lau added.

The study estimated that creative industries contributed over $46 billion to the local economy in 2001, accounting for 3.8 per cent of GDP. There were over 30,000 establishments engaging 170,000 persons in 2002. Despite the general economic downturn, there has been a real increase in the number of establishments (about 22%) and people employed in these sectors (11%) over the period 1996-2002.

The creative industries are about transforming intangible assets into production processes and distribution of goods or services of symbolic values and social meanings. The Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research, the University of Hong Kong, Dr Desmond Hui, said, "Creative industries are not new and many traditional economic activities are encompassed in them; but the conception of creative industries is a timely analytical tool to help us understand the new economic reality. It helps to facilitate policy formulation and academic research. The study mainly focuses on the economic aspects of creative industries but its findings also have wider implications on the cultural configuration of society."

The CPU will hold a public seminar on September 24, 2003 with prominent speakers from the fields and group discussion to focus community attention on this important subject.

The full report of the Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries has been uploaded on the website: http://www.info.gov.hk/cpu.

End/Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries

The Central Policy Unit (CPU) today (September 16) released the findings of a Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries. The Study is the first attempt by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government to define and map out the current state of creative industries in Hong Kong.

The year-long Study was commissioned by CPU and undertaken by the Centre for Cultural Policy Research of the University of Hong Kong. It covered eleven industrial sectors: namely, advertising; architecture; art, antiques & crafts; design; film & video; digital entertainment; music; performing arts; publishing; software & computing; and television & radio. It surveyed their economic values, size of employment, characteristics of the production chain, strengths and weaknesses, challenges ahead and the significance of the Mainland market.

The full report can be downloaded here: Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries (PDF)

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

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