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  • Bilton, C. (2023). Cultural Management: a Research Overview (Abingdon / New York: Routledge

  • Bilton, C., Cummings, S., ogilvie, dt (2022). Creativities: the what, how, where, who and why of the creative process (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar)

  • Bilton, C., Eikhof, D.R. and Gilmore, C., (2020). Balancing Act: motivation and creative work in the lived experience of writers and musicians. International Journal of Cultural Policy (online), pp.1-15.

  • Bilton, C. (2020). Creativity 2.0: new approaches to creative economy work and education in the creative industries. In: G. Hearn (ed.) The Future of Creative Work: Creativity and Digital Disruption (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar), pp. 212-228

  • Bilton, C & Soltero, G (2020) Cultural policy as mythical narrative, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 26:5, pp. 681-696
  • Bilton, C. (2020). Valuable Creativity: rediscovering purpose. In: L. Martin and N. Wilson (ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity at Work. (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan / Springer), pp. 483-501
  • Bilton, C. (2017). The Disappearing Product: Marketing and Markets in the Creative Industries (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar)
  • Bilton, C. (2016): A Creative Industries Perspective on Creativity and Culture. In: V. Glaveanu (ed.). The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity and Culture Research (London: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 661-679
  • Cummings, S., Bilton, C., & ogilvie, dt. 2015. Toward a New Understanding of Creative Dynamics: From One-Size-Fits-All Models to Multiple and Dynamic Forms of Creativity. Technology Innovation Management Review, 5(7): 14-24
  • Bilton, C. (2015) Management in the cultural industries. In: Oakley , Kate and O'Connor, Justin, (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. Routledge Companions . Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 283-295
  • Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (2014) Creative strategy. In: Beech, Nic and Gilmore, Charlotte , (eds.) Organising Music : Theory, Practice, Performance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 83-97
  • Bilton, Chris. (2014) Uncreativity : the shadow side of creativity. International Journal of Cultural Policy 21.2: 153-167
  • Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (2014) ed. Handbook of Management and Creativity (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar)
  • Bilton, C. (2013) 'Playing to the Gallery: Myth, Method and Complexity in the Creative Process' in J. Chan and K. Thomas (ed.), Handbook of Research on Creativity (Edward Elgar)
  • Bilton, C (2012): Happenstance Report (NESTA 2012)
  • Bilton, C (2011) (ed.): Creativity and Cultural Policy (London: Routledge)
  • Bilton, C (2011): Book Review: 'Managing Creativity: exploring the paradox'. Cultural Trends 20.2. 205 - 207
  • Bilton, C. and Cummings, S. (2010) Creative Strategy: reconnecting business and innovation (Wiley)
  • Bilton, C. (2010). 'Managing the Creative Industries: from content to context' in M. Deuze, Managing Media Work (Sage)

  • Bilton, C. (2010) ‘Manageable Creativity’. International Journal of Cultural Policy – Special Issue on ‘Creativity and Cultural Policy ed. C. Bilton, Vol. 16 no. 3 (July 2010), pp. 255 - 269

  • Bilton, C. (2009) ‘Relocating Creativity in Advertising: From Creativity versus Strategy, to Creative Strategy, and Strategic Creativity?’ in A. Pratt and P Jeffcutt (eds.) Creativity, Innovation and the Cultural Economy, London, Routledge, pp. 23 – 40

  • Bilton, C., Management and Creativity: from creative industries to creative management (Blackwells, 2007). To hear the Warwick Podcast on 'Management and Creativity' click here

  • Bilton, C., Wilson, D. and Cummings, S., ‘Strategy as Creativity’ in David Wilson and Stephen Cummings (eds.), Images of Strategy (Blackwells, 2003)
  • Bilton, C., and Leary, R., 'What Can Managers Do for Creativity? Brokering Creativity in the Creative Industries', International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol. 8 no. 1 (2002), pp. 49 – 64
  • Bilton, C., ‘Disorganised Creativity: the challenge for British cultural policy for the creative industries’, Boekmancahier Vol. 45 (September 2000), pp. 17 – 39
  • Bilton, C., ‘Risky Business: the Independent Production Sector in Britain’s Creative Industries’, International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol. 6, no. 1 (1999), pp. 17 - 39
  • Bilton, C., The New Adhocracy: Strategy, Risk and the Small Creative Firm (Coventry: Centre for Cultural Policy Studies (Working Paper no. 5), 1999), pp. 29