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Creativity, Well-being and the Influence of Composers since 1450

Creativity, Well-being and the Influence of Composers since 1450

Update: 2021-06-01
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This week, Prof. Karol Jan Borowiecki discusses his research on composers' creativity and consider some of the factors that influence the process: emotions, geography and instruction. We review some of the most innovative ways that Karol's work in economic history measures emotions, creative output and the transmission of ideas and consider the relevance of these to our understanding of long term economic growth. 

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Creativity, Well-being and the Influence of Composers since 1450

Creativity, Well-being and the Influence of Composers since 1450