Study on Motivations and Cultivation of Cultural Industry Cluster in Jilin Province, China

Hongman Zhang, Manman Jia

Abstract


Cultural industry is honored as one of the industries in the 21st Century that has the greatest development prospect. With its innovativeness, competitiveness and value added, it has become the leading edge and high end among the emerging industries in the current world, and it has also become one of the characteristic industries that have the greatest development potential in transferring the economic growth mode, promoting swift and coordinated development of regional economy in the old industrial bases.

Cultural industry is playing a more and more important role in development of regional economy. Cluster is an important feature of cultural industry and cluster development is an inexorable trend in development of cultural industry. Cultural industry in Jilin Province in recent years has been rapidly developed. Nevertheless, there still exist quite a lot of problems and drawbacks. Thus, Jilin Province should find out its own characteristic factors according to its local cultural characteristics and start out from improving cultural industry policy, constructing a cultural industry cluster pattern that has comparative advantages and local features, cultivating leading key cultural enterprises and balancing cultural industrial development of all cities so as to diminish gap between different areas and improving talent security system, do a good job in taking the path of cultural industry cluster development and form cluster scale effect.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jbar.v2n2p66

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Journal of Business Administration Research

ISSN 1927-9507 (Print)      ISSN 1927-9515  (Online)

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