In Creativity, Defining and Measuring, Freedom, Mental Objects, Theory of Value

This paper is a definitive theoretical statement of the relation – and the difference – between creativity and culture. Going beyond this hotly disputed question, which arose early in my work on the economic function of creativity, it constitutes a foundation and starting point for a much wider question: what is the nature of the economies that are emerging as a consequence of the rise of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and the displacement of material production by services, as the principal sphere of activity in which human labour is engaged.

Presented to the DIME conference on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) at Birkbeck College, London, May 22-23 2008. Accompanied by a slideshow.

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