Hidden Connections: Knowledge Exchange between the Arts and Humanities and the Private, Public, and Third Sectors

A report released today and commissioned by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and undertaken by the Center for Business Research (CBR) at Cambridge Judge Business School has shown that academics from the arts and humanities interact widely across the private, public and third sectors. The report, Hidden Connections, is the biggest study of its kind and reveals several key findings: the arts and humanities are highly connected within the UK economy, they have significant and important links to the private sector, and these knowledge exchanges directly benefit students. The report is written by Professor Alan Hughes, Director of CBR, Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics and Research Associate of CBR, and Jocelyn Probert, Senior Research Fellow at CBR, with Anna Bullock, Survey and Database Manager, and Isobel Milner, Assistant Database Manager, at CBR.

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