Countries that encourage open, unhindered cultural artistic development are more likely to be more entrepreneurial and develop comparatively sustainable economic advantages. Entrepreneurship, art and culture serve to push boundaries and resist the status quo. Therefore, art and culture strongly influence the economies of countries
At first glance, the question already contains a logical chain: the cultural sector is a full-fledged part of the national economy and makes a direct contribution to economic growth. However, in my opinion, the indirect influence of culture is more interesting. Art affects the inner world and “educates” a person, shapes his character, empathy and worldview
Investments in art and culture are driving urban renewal and redevelopment, which attracts young and creative people. Millennials, who are now the main workforce, for the most part choose to live in tolerant and creative cities with cultural amenities, innovative, thoughtful and beautiful environments.
Culture has an impact on a person, placing him in a certain moral framework, and can synchronize society much more than the law. And this is much more important. The countries with the most developed economies have a high cultural value system. The model of society is built according to the principle – morality, culture, economics, law – and not in reverse order
The most modern metaphor for culture is gardening as a synthetic art of gardening among forests, deserts and ruins. Culture is not so much a second nature that protects us from war, but a garden, cultivating which we locate in search of our happiness in a newly acquired time of great duration and are filled with the breath of peace
From my point of view, there is one very simple answer to the question “Why are some countries rich and others poor?” – they need industrialization. We can imagine a “service society” sometimes in the future, but so far the nation’s wealth is heavily dependent on manufacturing.
We must not think that culture is an additive. When we have already achieved a certain way of life, then we will spend money on culture. Absolutely fake image. Culture is essential. When hunger, it also plays an important role. It connects the nation, makes the foundation on which we build the state.
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