Professor Kate Oakley

  • Head of School/Professor of Cultural Policy (School of Culture & Creative Arts)

Research interests

My research, which is the broad area of cultural industries and the cultural economy, falls into three categories, which in shorthand I describe as: policy, place and labour. I have published widely in cultural policy including two books Cultural Policy, with David Bell in the Routledge Key Ideas in Media and Cultural Studies Series and Culture, Economy & Politics: the case of New Labour, co-authored with David Hesmondhalgh, David Lee and Melissa Nisbett.

On cultural labour, I am currently working with colleagues Greig de Peuter, Nicole Cohen and Enda Brophy on an SSHRC-funded project entitled, ‘Pathways beyond precarity in the cultural and creative industries: sustainable livelihoods and cultures of solidarity’. See www.culturalworkersorganize.org for more details. I have published on cultural labour over many years including work on: inequality in cultural labour markets; the changing work practices of fine art graduates; the labour market for festivals and events, and the links between community arts, informal education and work.

I am also currently working on an ESRC research project, the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (www.cusp.ac.uk). The Centre, which is highly inter-disciplinary, has a work programme organised around five core themes: meaning and moral framings of the good life; the role of the arts and culture in developing visions of prosperity; political and organisational dimensions of sustainable prosperity; social and psychological understandings of the good life and systems analysis to explore narratives of sustainable prosperity.  I am directing the arts and culture theme of the project.


Grants

  • Co-Investigator, Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) 2016-2020. ESRC. £430,000.
  • Co-Investigator, Cultural Workers Organize, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2017-20121.
  • Co-Investigator, Culture and Inequality, AHRC Cultural Value Project Critical Review, November 2014. £16,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Improving Cultural Work, AHRC network grant (with Kings College London). 2014-2016. £32,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Creating Space, a re-evaluation of the role of culture in regeneration. AHRC Cultural Value Project Critical Review. March – July 2014. £30,000.
  • Co- Investigator, Cultural Policy Under New Labour, with PI, Prof Hesmondhalgh and Ci-I, Dr Lee. AHRC. £200,000.
  • Co-investigator (with Prof Sara Selwood), ‘Conversations and Collaborations,’ a project on collaboration between higher education and the cultural sectors, Council for Leadership in Higher Education, 2009. £50,000.
  • Principal Investigator, ‘The Art of Innovation’ NESTA. £110,000, in collaboration with Central St Martins, UAL. 2008.
  • Co-investigator, (with Duncan O’Leary, Demos), ‘The Skills Paradox, a study of inequality in adult learning,’ City and Guilds, 2008. £100,000.

 


Supervision

I can supervise students across broad areas of cultural policy but am particularly keen to work with students on creative labour, diversity and inequality and on the environmental aspects of cultural production.

Past Projects

  • Videogame work in Poland. Investigating creative labour in a post-socialist cultural industry.
  • Making a creative city with Chinese characteristics: perspectives from Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei.
  • The cynics’ guide to shopping for morals. On the commodification of morality in consumer culture.

Additional Information

  • Member AHRC Strategic Review College, 2017-2018
  • Member, Advisory Board, CAMEo, University of Leicester, 2017-
  • Member Creative Industries Council, Regions Sub-Group 2016 -
  • Member AHRC Advisory Group, Cultural Value project 2013 to 2015
  • Visiting Professor, University of the Arts London, 2008 – 2014
  • Adjunct Professor, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, 2003-2006
  • Associate at Demos the independent think-tank (www.demos.org.uk) 1998-2011
  • Member NWDA Creative Industries Advisory Panel 2001-2004
  • Associate BOP Consulting, cultural and creative industries consultancy (www.bop.co.uk)
  • Member of the Mayor of London’s Cultural Observatory Steering Group, 2009 to 2012.
  • Member of the New Era Economics Panel Institute for Public Policy Research, 2010- 2012.
  • Member of the Advisory Group for Intellectual Property and the Public Sphere Project and the Emerging Local Media and Citizenship Project, both at Institute for Public Policy

Publications

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Number of items: 59.

2018

Oakley, K. , Ward, J. and Christie, I. (2018) Engaging the Imagination: 'New Nature Writing', Collective Politics and the Environmental Crisis. Environmental Values, 27(6), pp. 687-705. (doi:10.3197/096327118X15343388356383)

Oakley, K. and Ward, J. (2018) The art of the good life: culture and sustainable prosperity. Cultural Trends, 27(1), pp. 4-17. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2018.1415408)

2017

Oakley, K. , Laurison, D., O’Brien, D. and Friedman, S. (2017) Cultural capital: Arts graduates, spatial inequality, and London’s impact on cultural labor markets. American Behavioral Scientist, 61(12), pp. 1510-1531. (doi:10.1177/0002764217734274)

O'Brien, D. and Oakley, K. eds. (2017) Cultural Policy. Series: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138889859

Aiello, G., Tarantino, M. and Oakley, K. (Eds.) (2017) Communicating the City: Meanings, Practices, Interactions. Peter Lang: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781433130984

2016

Banks, M. and Oakley, K. (2016) The dance goes on forever? Art schools, class and UK higher education. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(1), pp. 41-57. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2015.1101082)

Oakley, K. and O'Brien, D. (2016) Learning to labour unequally: understanding the relationship between cultural production, cultural consumption and inequality. Social Identities, 22(5), pp. 471-486. (doi:10.1080/13504630.2015.1128800)

2015

Banks, M. and Oakley, K. (2015) UK art workers, class, and the myth of mobility. In: Maxwell, R. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media. Routledge. ISBN 9780415837446

Oakley, K. and O'Connor, J. (Eds.) (2015) The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Series: Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415706209

Oakley, K. and O'Connor, J. (2015) Culture and the city. In: The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Series: Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415706209

O'Brien, D. and Oakley, K. (2015) Cultural Value and Inequality: A Critical Literature Review. A Report commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Cultural Value Project. Documentation. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Swindon, Wiltshire.

Oakley, K. (2015) Creating Space: A re-evaluation of the Role of Culture in Regeneration. Documentation. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Swindon, Wiltshire.

Hesmondhalgh, D., Nisbett, M., Oakley, K. and Lee, D. (2015) Were New Labour’s cultural policies neo-liberal? International Journal of Cultural Policy, 21(1), pp. 97-114. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.879126)

Hesmondhalgh, D., Oakley, K. , Lee, D. and Nisbett, M. (2015) Culture, Economy and Politics: The Case of New Labour. Series: New Directions in Cultural Policy Research. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137426376 (doi:10.1057/9781137426383)

2014

Oakley, K. (2014) ‘Creativity is for people - Arts for posh people’: Popular culture and the UK New Labour. In: Miller, T. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415641470

Oakley, K. , Hesmondhalgh, D., Lee, D. and Nisbett, M. (2014) The national trust for talent? NESTA and New Labour’s cultural policy. British Politics, 9(3), pp. 297-317. (doi:10.1057/bp.2013.34)

Bell, D. and Oakley, K. (2014) Cultural Policy. Series: Key Ideas in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415665001

Lee, D., Hesmondhalgh, D., Oakley, K. and Nisbett, M. (2014) Regional creative industries policy-making under New Labour. Cultural Trends, 23(4), pp. 217-231. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2014.912044)

Oakley, K. (2014) Good work? Rethinking cultural entrepreneurship. In: Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (eds.) Handbook of Management and Creativity. Edward Elgar, pp. 145-159. ISBN 9781781000892 (doi:10.4337/9781781000977.00018)

2013

Oakley, K. (2013) Absentee workers: Representation and participation in the cultural industries. In: Banks, M., Gill, R. and Taylor, S. (eds.) Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415502337

Oakley, K. (2013) Making workers: Higher Education and the cultural industries workplace. In: Ashton, D. and Noonan, C. (eds.) Cultural Work and Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London, UK, pp. 25-44. ISBN 9781349436750

Oakley, K. , O'Brien, D. and Lee, D. (2013) Happy now? Well-being and cultural policy. Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly, 31(2), pp. 18-26.

2012

Oakley, K. (2012) A different class: Politics and culture in London. In: Grodach, C. and Silver, D. (eds.) The Politics of Urban Cultural Policy: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis: London. ISBN 9781136201790

Oakley, K. (2012) Not the new, new thing: Innovation and cultural policy in the EU. In: Elam, I. (ed.) Artists and the Arts Industries. Konstnarsnamnden: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee: Stockholm, pp. 56-65. ISBN 9789197800112

Oakley, K. (2012) Rich but divided… the politics of cultural policy in London. In: Anheier, H. K. and Isar, Y. R. (eds.) Cities, Cultural Policy and Governance. Series: The Cultures and Globalization Series. SAGE: London, pp. 204-211. ISBN 9781446201237 (doi:10.4135/9781446254523.n19)

2011

Oakley, K. (2011) Good enough jobs and good enough workers. In: Wright, S., Holden, J., Kieffer, J. and Newbigin, J. (eds.) Creativity, Money Love: Learning for the 21st Century. Creative & Cultural Skills: London, UK, pp. 52-53. ISBN 9780956429872

Lee, D. J., Oakley, K. and Naylor, R. (2011) ‘The public gets what the public wants’? The uses and abuses of ‘public value’ in contemporary British cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(3), pp. 289-300. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.528834)

Oakley, K. (2011) In its own image: New Labour and the cultural workforce. Cultural Trends, 20(3-4), pp. 281-289. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2011.589709)

2010

Oakley, K. and Pratt, A.C. (2010) Brick Lane: Community-Driven Innovation. In: Local Knowledge: Case Studies of Four Innovative Places. Research Report: March 2010. NESTA: London, UK, pp. 28-39. ISBN 9781848750548

Oakley, K. and Selwood, S. (2010) Conversations and Collaborations: The Leadership of Collaborative Projects between Higher Education and the Arts and Cultural Sector. Documentation. Leadership for Higher Education, London, UK.

2009

Oakley, K. (2009) Art Works: A Review of the Literature on Cultural and Creative Labour Markets. Documentation. Creativity, Culture and Education, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2009) From Bohemia to Britart – art students over 50 years. Cultural Trends, 18(4), pp. 281-294. (doi:10.1080/09548960903268105)

Oakley, K. (2009) Getting out of place: The mobile creative class takes on the local. A UK perspective on the creative class. In: Kong, L. and O'Connor, J. (eds.) Creative Economies, Creative Cities. Series: The GeoJournal Library (98). Springer, pp. 121-134. ISBN 9781402099489 (doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9949-6_8)

Oakley, K. (2009) The disappearing arts: creativity and innovation after the creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4), pp. 403-413. (doi:10.1080/10286630902856721)

Oakley, K. (2009) The politics of cultural work. Cultural Trends, 18(3), pp. 273-274. (doi:10.1080/09548960903065428) [Book Review]

Oakley, K. (2009) Fitted up: Evidence and ideology in creative industries policy. In: Xiaoming, Z. and Keane, M. (eds.) International Perspectives on the Creative Economy. Sanchen Audio-visual Publishing: Beijing, China, pp. 49-56. ISBN 9787830000622

2008

Andersen, L. and Oakley, K. (Eds.) (2008) Making Meaning, Making Money: Directions for the Arts and Cultural Industries in the Creative Age. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle. ISBN 9781443800655

Oakley, K. (2008) Any answer as long as it’s right: evidence-based cultural policymaking. In: Andersen, L. and Oakley, K. (eds.) Making Meaning, Making Money: Directions for the Arts and Cultural Industries in the Creative Age. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle. ISBN 9781443800655

O'Leary, D., Oakley, K. and Jones, C. (2008) The Skills Paradox: Confronting Inequality in Adult Learning. Demos. ISBN 978-1906693015

Oakley, K. , Sperry, B. and Pratt, A. (2008) The Art of Innovation: How Fine Arts Graduates Contribute to Innovation. Documentation. NESTA, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2008) The art of education: New competencies for the creative workforce. Media International Australia, 128(1), pp. 137-143. (doi:10.1177/1329878X0812800117)

Oakley, K. (2008) Citizenship in the Information Society. In: Cunha, M. A., Frey, K. and Duarte, F. (eds.) Governança Local e as Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação. PUCPRESS - Editora Universitária Champagnat. ISBN 9788572921848

2007

Oakley, K. (2007) Include us out—Economic development and social policy in the creative industries. Cultural Trends, 15(4), pp. 255-273. (doi:10.1080/09548960600922335)

Knell, J. and Oakley, K. (2007) London’s Creative Economy: An Accidental Success? Documentation. Work Foundation, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2007) Better Than Working for a Living? Skills and Labour in the Festivals Economy. Documentation. Equal Works, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2007) Educating for the Creative Workforce: Rethinking Arts and Education. Australian Reasearch Council Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation.

2004

Oakley, K. (2004) Not so cool Britannia: The role of the creative industries in economic development. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(1), pp. 67-77. (doi:10.1177/1367877904040606)

Ninan, A., Hearn, G. and Oakley, K. (2004) Queensland Music Industry Trends: Independence Day? Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre. ISBN 9781741070569

Oakley, K. (2004) Developing the Evidence Base for Support of Cultural and Creative Activities in South East England. South East England Cultural Consortium: Guildford, UK.

2003

Oakley, K. (2003) Developing policy as a shared narrative. In: Bentley, T. and Wilsdon, J. (eds.) The Adaptive State: Strategies for Personalising the Public Realm. Demos, pp. 90-98. ISBN 9781841801155

Oakley, K. (2003) Highway to Democr@cy: The Council of Europe and the Information Society. Council of Europe: Strasbourg. ISBN 9789287151377

2001

Leadbetter, C. and Oakley, K. (2001) Surfing the Long Wave: Knowledge Entrepreneurship in Britain. Demos. ISBN 9781841800455

Oakley, K. (2001) The Real Deal Project: Young people as policy consultants. In: Clark, J., Dyson, A., Meagher, N., Robson, E. and Wootten, M. (eds.) Young People as Researchers: Possibilities, Problems and Politics. Youth Work Press: Leicester, UK. ISBN 9780861552528

2000

Hague, D. and Oakley, K. (2000) Spin-offs and Start-ups in UK Universities. Universities UK: London, UK. ISBN 9781840360455

1999

Leadbetter, C. and Oakley, K. (1999) The Independents: Britain’s New Cultural Entrepreneurs. Demos. ISBN 9781898309963

Bentley, T., Oakley, K. , Gibson, S. and Kilgour, K. (1999) The Real Deal: What Young People Really Think About Government, Politics and Social Exclusion. Demos: London, UK. ISBN 9781898309833

1995

Oakley, K. (1995) Professionals and the new knowledge workers: The case of management consultancy. Policy Studies, 16(1), pp. 14-22. (doi:10.1080/01442879508423670)

1994

Oakley, K. and Berry, A. (1994) How organisations learn to learn: The need for consultancies to adopt a brains approach. Journal of Management Consulting, 8(2),

1993

Berry, A. and Oakley, K. (1993) Consultancies: Agents of organizational development. Part I. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 14(5), pp. 12-19. (doi:10.1108/01437739310042006)

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Number of items: 59.

Articles

Oakley, K. , Ward, J. and Christie, I. (2018) Engaging the Imagination: 'New Nature Writing', Collective Politics and the Environmental Crisis. Environmental Values, 27(6), pp. 687-705. (doi:10.3197/096327118X15343388356383)

Oakley, K. and Ward, J. (2018) The art of the good life: culture and sustainable prosperity. Cultural Trends, 27(1), pp. 4-17. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2018.1415408)

Oakley, K. , Laurison, D., O’Brien, D. and Friedman, S. (2017) Cultural capital: Arts graduates, spatial inequality, and London’s impact on cultural labor markets. American Behavioral Scientist, 61(12), pp. 1510-1531. (doi:10.1177/0002764217734274)

Banks, M. and Oakley, K. (2016) The dance goes on forever? Art schools, class and UK higher education. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(1), pp. 41-57. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2015.1101082)

Oakley, K. and O'Brien, D. (2016) Learning to labour unequally: understanding the relationship between cultural production, cultural consumption and inequality. Social Identities, 22(5), pp. 471-486. (doi:10.1080/13504630.2015.1128800)

Hesmondhalgh, D., Nisbett, M., Oakley, K. and Lee, D. (2015) Were New Labour’s cultural policies neo-liberal? International Journal of Cultural Policy, 21(1), pp. 97-114. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.879126)

Oakley, K. , Hesmondhalgh, D., Lee, D. and Nisbett, M. (2014) The national trust for talent? NESTA and New Labour’s cultural policy. British Politics, 9(3), pp. 297-317. (doi:10.1057/bp.2013.34)

Lee, D., Hesmondhalgh, D., Oakley, K. and Nisbett, M. (2014) Regional creative industries policy-making under New Labour. Cultural Trends, 23(4), pp. 217-231. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2014.912044)

Oakley, K. , O'Brien, D. and Lee, D. (2013) Happy now? Well-being and cultural policy. Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly, 31(2), pp. 18-26.

Lee, D. J., Oakley, K. and Naylor, R. (2011) ‘The public gets what the public wants’? The uses and abuses of ‘public value’ in contemporary British cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(3), pp. 289-300. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.528834)

Oakley, K. (2011) In its own image: New Labour and the cultural workforce. Cultural Trends, 20(3-4), pp. 281-289. (doi:10.1080/09548963.2011.589709)

Oakley, K. (2009) From Bohemia to Britart – art students over 50 years. Cultural Trends, 18(4), pp. 281-294. (doi:10.1080/09548960903268105)

Oakley, K. (2009) The disappearing arts: creativity and innovation after the creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4), pp. 403-413. (doi:10.1080/10286630902856721)

Oakley, K. (2008) The art of education: New competencies for the creative workforce. Media International Australia, 128(1), pp. 137-143. (doi:10.1177/1329878X0812800117)

Oakley, K. (2007) Include us out—Economic development and social policy in the creative industries. Cultural Trends, 15(4), pp. 255-273. (doi:10.1080/09548960600922335)

Oakley, K. (2004) Not so cool Britannia: The role of the creative industries in economic development. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(1), pp. 67-77. (doi:10.1177/1367877904040606)

Oakley, K. (1995) Professionals and the new knowledge workers: The case of management consultancy. Policy Studies, 16(1), pp. 14-22. (doi:10.1080/01442879508423670)

Oakley, K. and Berry, A. (1994) How organisations learn to learn: The need for consultancies to adopt a brains approach. Journal of Management Consulting, 8(2),

Berry, A. and Oakley, K. (1993) Consultancies: Agents of organizational development. Part I. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 14(5), pp. 12-19. (doi:10.1108/01437739310042006)

Books

O'Brien, D. and Oakley, K. eds. (2017) Cultural Policy. Series: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138889859

Hesmondhalgh, D., Oakley, K. , Lee, D. and Nisbett, M. (2015) Culture, Economy and Politics: The Case of New Labour. Series: New Directions in Cultural Policy Research. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137426376 (doi:10.1057/9781137426383)

Bell, D. and Oakley, K. (2014) Cultural Policy. Series: Key Ideas in Media and Cultural Studies. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415665001

O'Leary, D., Oakley, K. and Jones, C. (2008) The Skills Paradox: Confronting Inequality in Adult Learning. Demos. ISBN 978-1906693015

Oakley, K. (2007) Educating for the Creative Workforce: Rethinking Arts and Education. Australian Reasearch Council Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation.

Ninan, A., Hearn, G. and Oakley, K. (2004) Queensland Music Industry Trends: Independence Day? Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre. ISBN 9781741070569

Oakley, K. (2004) Developing the Evidence Base for Support of Cultural and Creative Activities in South East England. South East England Cultural Consortium: Guildford, UK.

Oakley, K. (2003) Highway to Democr@cy: The Council of Europe and the Information Society. Council of Europe: Strasbourg. ISBN 9789287151377

Leadbetter, C. and Oakley, K. (2001) Surfing the Long Wave: Knowledge Entrepreneurship in Britain. Demos. ISBN 9781841800455

Hague, D. and Oakley, K. (2000) Spin-offs and Start-ups in UK Universities. Universities UK: London, UK. ISBN 9781840360455

Leadbetter, C. and Oakley, K. (1999) The Independents: Britain’s New Cultural Entrepreneurs. Demos. ISBN 9781898309963

Bentley, T., Oakley, K. , Gibson, S. and Kilgour, K. (1999) The Real Deal: What Young People Really Think About Government, Politics and Social Exclusion. Demos: London, UK. ISBN 9781898309833

Book Sections

Banks, M. and Oakley, K. (2015) UK art workers, class, and the myth of mobility. In: Maxwell, R. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media. Routledge. ISBN 9780415837446

Oakley, K. and O'Connor, J. (2015) Culture and the city. In: The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Series: Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415706209

Oakley, K. (2014) ‘Creativity is for people - Arts for posh people’: Popular culture and the UK New Labour. In: Miller, T. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415641470

Oakley, K. (2014) Good work? Rethinking cultural entrepreneurship. In: Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (eds.) Handbook of Management and Creativity. Edward Elgar, pp. 145-159. ISBN 9781781000892 (doi:10.4337/9781781000977.00018)

Oakley, K. (2013) Absentee workers: Representation and participation in the cultural industries. In: Banks, M., Gill, R. and Taylor, S. (eds.) Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415502337

Oakley, K. (2013) Making workers: Higher Education and the cultural industries workplace. In: Ashton, D. and Noonan, C. (eds.) Cultural Work and Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan: London, UK, pp. 25-44. ISBN 9781349436750

Oakley, K. (2012) A different class: Politics and culture in London. In: Grodach, C. and Silver, D. (eds.) The Politics of Urban Cultural Policy: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis: London. ISBN 9781136201790

Oakley, K. (2012) Not the new, new thing: Innovation and cultural policy in the EU. In: Elam, I. (ed.) Artists and the Arts Industries. Konstnarsnamnden: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee: Stockholm, pp. 56-65. ISBN 9789197800112

Oakley, K. (2012) Rich but divided… the politics of cultural policy in London. In: Anheier, H. K. and Isar, Y. R. (eds.) Cities, Cultural Policy and Governance. Series: The Cultures and Globalization Series. SAGE: London, pp. 204-211. ISBN 9781446201237 (doi:10.4135/9781446254523.n19)

Oakley, K. (2011) Good enough jobs and good enough workers. In: Wright, S., Holden, J., Kieffer, J. and Newbigin, J. (eds.) Creativity, Money Love: Learning for the 21st Century. Creative & Cultural Skills: London, UK, pp. 52-53. ISBN 9780956429872

Oakley, K. and Pratt, A.C. (2010) Brick Lane: Community-Driven Innovation. In: Local Knowledge: Case Studies of Four Innovative Places. Research Report: March 2010. NESTA: London, UK, pp. 28-39. ISBN 9781848750548

Oakley, K. (2009) Getting out of place: The mobile creative class takes on the local. A UK perspective on the creative class. In: Kong, L. and O'Connor, J. (eds.) Creative Economies, Creative Cities. Series: The GeoJournal Library (98). Springer, pp. 121-134. ISBN 9781402099489 (doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9949-6_8)

Oakley, K. (2009) Fitted up: Evidence and ideology in creative industries policy. In: Xiaoming, Z. and Keane, M. (eds.) International Perspectives on the Creative Economy. Sanchen Audio-visual Publishing: Beijing, China, pp. 49-56. ISBN 9787830000622

Oakley, K. (2008) Any answer as long as it’s right: evidence-based cultural policymaking. In: Andersen, L. and Oakley, K. (eds.) Making Meaning, Making Money: Directions for the Arts and Cultural Industries in the Creative Age. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle. ISBN 9781443800655

Oakley, K. (2008) Citizenship in the Information Society. In: Cunha, M. A., Frey, K. and Duarte, F. (eds.) Governança Local e as Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação. PUCPRESS - Editora Universitária Champagnat. ISBN 9788572921848

Oakley, K. (2003) Developing policy as a shared narrative. In: Bentley, T. and Wilsdon, J. (eds.) The Adaptive State: Strategies for Personalising the Public Realm. Demos, pp. 90-98. ISBN 9781841801155

Oakley, K. (2001) The Real Deal Project: Young people as policy consultants. In: Clark, J., Dyson, A., Meagher, N., Robson, E. and Wootten, M. (eds.) Young People as Researchers: Possibilities, Problems and Politics. Youth Work Press: Leicester, UK. ISBN 9780861552528

Book Reviews

Oakley, K. (2009) The politics of cultural work. Cultural Trends, 18(3), pp. 273-274. (doi:10.1080/09548960903065428) [Book Review]

Edited Books

Aiello, G., Tarantino, M. and Oakley, K. (Eds.) (2017) Communicating the City: Meanings, Practices, Interactions. Peter Lang: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781433130984

Oakley, K. and O'Connor, J. (Eds.) (2015) The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Series: Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415706209

Andersen, L. and Oakley, K. (Eds.) (2008) Making Meaning, Making Money: Directions for the Arts and Cultural Industries in the Creative Age. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle. ISBN 9781443800655

Research Reports or Papers

O'Brien, D. and Oakley, K. (2015) Cultural Value and Inequality: A Critical Literature Review. A Report commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Cultural Value Project. Documentation. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Swindon, Wiltshire.

Oakley, K. (2015) Creating Space: A re-evaluation of the Role of Culture in Regeneration. Documentation. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Swindon, Wiltshire.

Oakley, K. and Selwood, S. (2010) Conversations and Collaborations: The Leadership of Collaborative Projects between Higher Education and the Arts and Cultural Sector. Documentation. Leadership for Higher Education, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2009) Art Works: A Review of the Literature on Cultural and Creative Labour Markets. Documentation. Creativity, Culture and Education, London, UK.

Oakley, K. , Sperry, B. and Pratt, A. (2008) The Art of Innovation: How Fine Arts Graduates Contribute to Innovation. Documentation. NESTA, London, UK.

Knell, J. and Oakley, K. (2007) London’s Creative Economy: An Accidental Success? Documentation. Work Foundation, London, UK.

Oakley, K. (2007) Better Than Working for a Living? Skills and Labour in the Festivals Economy. Documentation. Equal Works, London, UK.

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