Entrepreneurship in the creative industries: a bibliometric study

Paula Sanches Santana, Franciane Freitas Silveira


The aim of this study is to discuss the scientific production scenario related to the theme entrepreneurship in the creative industry sector through a bibliometric study, using co-citation network. The sample was based on the ISI Web of Knowledge platform (Web of Science), totaling 131 selected articles. Based on data analysis, it was concluded that entrepreneurship in the creative industry sector is a subject still few explored, but there is a significant increase in publications in the last five years. Looking at the co-citation network, it was possible to map the intellectual structure of entrepreneurship in the creative industry sector and the development in research and publications as well.


Entrepreneurship; Creative industry; Cultural industry; Bibliometrics

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