Philip Schlesinger

Professeur, Université de Glasgow


Activités professionnelles principales

  • Inaugural Chair in Cultural Policy, University of Glasgow
  • Deputy Director, CREATe, RCUK Centre for copyright and new business models in the creative economy
  • Chercheur associé, CRICIS



Formation académique

  • PhD, Sociologie, London School of Economics (1975)



Intérêts de recherche

  • Économie politique de la communication
  • Industries créatives
  • Sociologie des médias



Sélection de publications


2011, avec Sorice, M. The Transformation of Society and Public Service Broadcasting. Series: CMCS Working Paper (1). Centre for Media and Communication Studies.


2013, Expertise, the academy and the governance of cultural policy. Media, Culture and Society, 35 (1). pp. 27-35.

2012, avec Waelde, C. (2012) Copyright and cultural work: an exploration. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 25 (1). pp. 11-28.

2012, Expertise, politiques publiques et économie créative: le cas Britannique. Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, 193 . pp. 82-97.

Chapitres d’ouvrages

2013, Cultural policy and the constitutional question. In: Hassan, G. and Mitchell, J. (eds.) After Independence: The State of the Scottish Nation Debate. Luath Press, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 272-282.

2011, Intelectuales y políticas culturales. In: Albornoz, L.A. (ed.) Poder, Medios, Cultura: Una Mirada Crítica desde la Economía Política de la Comunicación. Series: Colección Estudios de Comunicación . Paidós, Buenos Aires, Argentina, pp. 93-108

2011, Los intelectuales y política cultural. In: Bustamante, E. (ed.) Indústrias Creativas: Amenazas sobre la cultural digital. Gésida Editorial, Madrid, pp. 81-96.

2011, The most creative organization in the world? The BBC, ‘creativity’ and managerial style.In: Bilton, C. (ed.) Creativity and Cultural Policy. Routledge, London, 41-56 .

Communications et conférences

2013, Institutions and cultural policy in the UK: Reflections on two case studies’, plenary lecture, international seminar on ‘Crisis and change in the finance of culture’ and also member of international panel on ‘The effects of the crisis on European policy models’ at the same event, Sala Berlanga, Madrid, 13 décembre

2013, From organizational crisis to multiplatform salvation? Creative destruction and the recomposition of the news media’ (with Gillian Doyle); opening panel presentation in Communication Policy and Technology strand, session on ‘Creative destruction and journalism’, IAMCR 2013, Dublin City University, 26 juin.


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