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docx [@CR1]). In the economics literature, many surveys and papers have been conducted that relate to the size of the creative economy, using firm-level as well as national-level data. For example, Böttcher and Zimmer (2016) report on the growth of the creative sector in Austria, using a multiple variable estimation approach with a comprehensive set of variables. They report a strong positive association between the share of high wage earners in the population, the level of economic development, and the share of the creative economy, but also the share of high educated workers. We take all those results as arguments in favour of a positive relationship between knowledge-intensive and knowledge-creative industries and knowledge-intensive jobs, especially if the variable "high educated workers" is included. Another example is discussed in depth by Teschl et al. (2013), who take a fresh look at the extent of the creative economy in the UK using the latest classification from the ONS and the ONS/Eurostat. This includes the following sectors: creative services, creative industries, and creative firms. They use a panel of three datasets with different years of measurement: (i) the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES); (ii) the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and (iii) the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE). They find that the creative economy in the UK has grown substantially over the last ten years, since 2000. Creative services make up 44.1% of the total creative economy, creative industries make up 16.6% and creative firms make up the remaining 40.2%. The three main kinds of creative firms are: advertising and media; arts and design; and software and IT. For the creative sector in particular, there is a strong positive association with the share of high wage earners in the population, the share of higher skilled workers in the work force, and the percentage of the economy that is knowledge intensive. Granted, all these studies are limited in many aspects. In particular, those which report on the UK creative economy are either limited in the type of data they use or the level of aggregation they use. For example, those who used the CES dataset would not find any signs of the creative economy in the UK; on the other hand, those who use data from the LFS and the ASHE might find a lot more signs of a creative economy, but would lose their signal to noise ratio. Also, the ONS-classification and the other

 

 


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