What if Hewlett and Packard had started a band instead?... Music scenes as economic clusters and their broader implications for urban economies.
This Friday Morning's Seminar:
What if Hewlett and Packard had started a band instead?... Music scenes as economic clusters and their broader implications for urban economies.”
Friday, November 8th | 10:30 am -12:00 pm | Cuneo Hall, 417
Michael Seman: Doctoral Candidate in Urban Planning and Public Policy at the University of Texas at Arlington will be presenting.
Using Denton, Texas' internationally recognized music scene as a starting point, this seminar will offer a better understanding of the structural dynamics and potential economic externalities of a music scene. Discussion will detail the level of competition and cooperation amongst scene members, how the process of innovation unfolds, the role of public and quasi-public goods in scene development, and a scene's value as catalyst for urban economic development.
Join us for bagels, coffee and discussion! For more information about this speaker: http://www.michaelseman.com/