The Cultural Economy of Dublin in Ireland Unbound: A Turn of the Century Chronicle, Sociological Chronicles

Ellen Hazelkorn, Colm Murphy

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Abstract

This article examines the growth between 1990 to 2000 of the interactive media industry in the Dublin area. In this period it became a world leader in the development of electronic leading companies. The article assesses the role the state played in the development of this cluster.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIreland Unbound: A Turn of the Century Chronicle (Sociological Chronicles)
EditorsMary Corcoran, Michel Peillon
PublisherInstitute of Public Administration
Pages119-131
Volume3
ISBN (Print)1902448693.
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2002

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Keywords

  • Digital media
  • Economic development
  • Interactive media
  • E-learning
  • High growth business
  • Business development
  • State economic development
  • Media

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Hazelkorn, E., & Murphy, C. (2002). The Cultural Economy of Dublin in Ireland Unbound: A Turn of the Century Chronicle, Sociological Chronicles. In M. Corcoran, & M. Peillon (Eds.), Ireland Unbound: A Turn of the Century Chronicle (Sociological Chronicles) (Vol. 3, pp. 119-131). Institute of Public Administration.