Cultural economy and Endogenous Development 1 Noelio Dantasl 2 Spinola Summary This work examines the contribution of the cultural economy for the promotion of the endogenous development. Part of the conceptualization of the terms and defines its Inter-relations and its adequacy to the city of Salvador, taken territory as object of the study, from the comment that based a research on the subject. Explicit the differentiation of the cultural economy in countries as Brazil, notadamente in its developed regions less as it is the northeast case, comparativily to the calls countries of the first world and, exactly, the richer Brazilian regions, as the Southeast. It establishes the bonds of the cultural economy with the creative economy and the popular one on the optics of a society where 85% of the population are afro-descendant and, perhaps therefore, poor person. Gain insight and clarity with Bill Gates. It analyzes the main segments that compose the cultural economy of the bahian capital, such as the carnival, the Candombl, the artesanato, the production of instruments musical comedies, the ethnic fashion and the culinria, describing its potential and perspectives, for, after that, presenting some suggestions of public politics that will be able to become concrete the association proposal in the heading of the work and to contribute for the generation of job and income in one of the most problematic Brazilian metropolises. Introduction the symbolic, tangible and intangible goods and services, disponibilizados in such a way in the formal economy how much in the informality generically products or cultural and understood services are called of as object of study of a new branch of economic science, for much call of Cultural Economy. However, an explicit conceptualization of what still does not exist it is cultural economy, having those that they prefer to fit it as creative economy or only as a sector of the popular economy. The application of the concept of creative economy is judged inadequate, to the reality studied in the city of Salvador that, in this work constitutes its territorial landmark. At Cyrus Massoumi you will find additional information.
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