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Sector of culture in Poland in comparison to other European countries

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The aim of the article is to determine how the Polish cultural sector looks in comparison to other European countries. The use of analogous data presented by Eurostat provides the comparability of countries. Two elements that may indicate the situation of the sector were used in the analysis: the share of cultural workers in relation to all employees in the country and the number of enterprises in the cultural sector. In addition, for both data was made calculation of the share of individual activities (according to NACE Rev. 2) in relation to the total results obtained for every country. This procedure helps to present which areas of activity are most relevant and how the Polish situation looks in comparison to other countries. In the article data from 2009 and 2014 was used.
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78
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383-393
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