dSEA Papers

"Path renewal dynamics in the Kyoto kimono cluster: how to revitalize cultural heritage through digitalization"

The digitalization of cultural heritage is crucial for revamping the creative and cultural sectors during a period of stagnation. 

 

The recent publication of Silvia Rita Sedita (Department of Economics and Management, University of Padova) and Tamane Ozeki (Osaka Metropolitan University) in 'European Planning Studies', is about the revitalization of the Kyoto kimono cluster through digitalization which initiated a new exaptive development path for a declining cluster. 

 

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