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[1]海 阔 刘丽颖.风险与机遇的角逐:21世纪国际电影投融资研究[J].浙江传媒学院学报,2015,(03):64-65.
 Hai Kuo & Liu Liying.Competing of Risks and Opportunities:The International Film Investment and Financing Research Since the 21st Century[J].Journal of Communication University of Zhejiang,2015,(03):64-65.
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《浙江传媒学院学报》[ISSN:1006-6977/CN:61-1281/TN]

卷:
期数:
2015年03期
页码:
64-65
栏目:
文化产业
出版日期:
2015-08-19

文章信息/Info

Title:
Competing of Risks and Opportunities:The International Film Investment and Financing Research Since the 21st Century
作者:
海 阔 刘丽颖
上海大学 影视艺术学院,上海 200072
Author(s):
Hai Kuo & Liu Liying
关键词:
电影产业 投资 融资
分类号:
J99
DOI:
-
文献标志码:
A
摘要:
以国际上关于电影产业投融资的论文为对象,通过对文章涉及的主题域进行分析,梳理出国际上近年来研究的电影产业投融资动向和热点,发现管理体系、政府干预、国际化以及中国电影等方面的研究呈现出较大活力。

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备注/Memo:
作者简介:海 阔,男,副教授,传播学博士。
更新日期/Last Update: 1900-01-01