Born Global: Australian music exports

Stephen Chen, Shane Homan, Tracy Redhead, Richard Vella

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Abstract

Overview
This project investigates the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports. It is the first methodological study of how Australian artists are developed internationally through government and industry programs. Assessing the effects of globalisation and digitisation in the creation of Australian music exports, the project aims to identify strategies for improving exposure in the changing international landscape. It will assess cultural and economic value, consider trends and changes resulting from inclusion of new media technologies and provide insight into the growth of local markets within a globalised context.

Key Insights
Australian music exports are increasing and delivering substantial economic and cultural benefits to the nation.

Australian music exporters are entrepreneurial, able to straddle artistic and business realms, and to adapt and thrive in a changing environment.

Government and industry provide crucial support for export activities.

Exports can provide vital income to artists. There is an opportunity to support more artists to develop their capacity to generate export income.

A growing number of countries around the world are recognising the value of music exports, and are evolving strategies to maximise their success.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralia Council for the Arts
Number of pages304
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2019
Externally publishedYes

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