Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center
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This report focuses on two factors around Maine's creative economy: the rising importance of creative workers in creating new jobs and companies and in helping mature industries retool for the future; and the recognition of arts and cultural assets as more than contributors to quality of life in a particular place, but as important economic drivers for the region.
Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, "Maine's Creative Economy: Connecting Creativity, Commerce & Community" (2006). Economic Development. 11.
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