Culture and Economy Measurement Systems

Dónde
Colombia
When
2020
Quién
National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE) in agreement with the Ministry of Culture 
DANE in agreement with the Bogotá Secretariat of Culture, Recreation and Sport
Describe the main features of the policy/measure: 

1. National Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account _CSCEN
2. Bogota Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account _CSCEN Bogota.
3. Cultural Consumption Survey _ECC
4. Orange Reports

CSCEN
As of Law No. 1834 of 2017, known as the Orange Law, creative industries are understood as those industries that generate value by reason of goods and services based on intellectual property. The creative industries will include the sectors that combine creation, production and commercialization of goods and services based on intangible content of a cultural nature and/or those that require protection within the framework of copyright (Law 1834, 2017).

Article 6 of this Law stipulates that DANE in coordination with the Ministry of Culture will expand, adapt and update the sectors and scope of the Cultural Satellite Account, which will be called Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account (CSCEN).

This Law does not specify the regional applicability of the account, but since the CSCEN of Bogota adopts the same methodology of the National CSCEN, which is based on the SCN_2008 and the methodology of the Andres Bello Agreement, an inter-administrative agreement of cooperation was reached between the Mayor's Office of Bogota, through the Secretariat of Culture, Recreation and Sports (SCRD), and DANE for the consolidation of sector statistics for the capital. Likewise, the methodological notes used to calculate the partial inclusion activities for the National Account were applied and the decision was made to carry out the measurement under these parameters.

The scope of the CSCEN corresponds to the delimitation of the three major areas of the Orange Economy and their respective disaggregation:

Arts and Heritage
* Performing arts and spectacles
* Plastic and visual arts
* Cultural tourism and Heritage (material and immaterial) (Not included for Bogota)
* Cultural education

Cultural Industries
* Publishing
* Phonographic industry
* Audiovisual industry
* News agencies and other information services

Functional Creations
* Digital media and content software
* Design (Jewels, musical Instruments, games and toys, and design)
* Advertising

Cultural Consumption Survey
DANE has carried out the Cultural Consumption Survey (ECC) every two years since 2010. This survey has the overall objective of characterizing the cultural consumption of the population aged 5 years and older, and is a way of getting to know the preferences and trends in cultural consumption and the level of accessibility of citizens to existing cultural offerings. With this data it is possible to measure the reach of culture in a multi-ethnic and multicultural country like ours.

Scope: The Cultural Consumption Survey has coverage at the municipal level and its thematic disaggregation, corresponds to four chapters, which address different issues of Colombian culture:

* Attendance at cultural presentations and shows
* Reading and Media consumption
* Attendance at Cultural spaces
* Cultural training and practice

Orange Reports

Scope: The Orange Reports continue to offer a delimitation, description and measurement of the activities of the Orange Economy for Colombia, incorporating a series of indicators that add key contextual information for its analysis, along three main areas already mentioned.

Arts and Heritage
* Performing arts and spectacles
* Plastic and visual arts
* Cultural tourism and Heritage (material and immaterial) (Not included for Bogota)
* Cultural education

Cultural Industries
* Publishing
* Phonographic industry
* Audiovisual industry
* News agencies and other information services

Functional Creations
* Digital media and content software
* Design (Jewels, musical Instruments, games and toys, and design)
* Advertising

What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the policy/measure?: 

Creation of the Orange Economy Information Table as an inter-institutional support group for issues related to activities belonging to the cultural and creative economy sector (Orange Economy).
Publication of the Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account 2014-2018p series, at two times of the year. The first, in May, published the results of fully included activities and the second, in September, published results of both totally and partially included activities.
Publication of two reports during 2019. The first one, with information from the Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account, included results from fully included activities and other non-monetary indicators with other basic statistics provided by DANE and the Ministry of Culture for the 2014-2018p series. The second containing information on totally and partially included activities and additional data provided by Artesanias de Colombia and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (formerly Colciencias), and information from the CSCEN Bogota 2014 - 2018p.
Publication of the methodological notes on the definition and measurement of activities included in the Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account of Colombia, a document prepared jointly with the Ministry of Culture.
The proposal to create the Orange Economy Information System (SIENA) becomes official; this tool aims to collect, consolidate and disseminate statistical information related to the Orange Economy from a set of components.

Bogota

Publication of the Orange Culture and Economy Satellite Account of Bogota 2014-2018p series, based on the guidelines established for the National CSCEN.

Participation in the second Orange Report with regional information from Bogota

Cultural Consumption Survey

The main indicators of the Cultural Consumption Survey have been included in the Orange Reports, becoming a fundamental input for the assistance line.
The indicators of the Cultural Consumption Survey have been important to establish public policies, especially for the topic of Reading.
The survey, as already mentioned, has been published biennially since 2010 and the next edition will be published in December, 2020.

Orange Reports

Publication of two reports during 2019. The first one, with information from the Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account, included results from fully included activities and other non-monetary indicators with other basic statistics provided by DANE and the Ministry of Culture for the 2014-2018p series. The second containing information on totally and partially included activities and additional data provided by Artesanias de Colombia and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (formerly Colciencias), and information from the CSCEN Bogota 2014 - 2018p.

Financial resources allocated to the policy/measure in USD: 

0

Partner(s) engaged in the implementation of the measure: 
Name of partnerType of entity
National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE)
Public Sector
Ministry of Culture 
Public Sector
Secretariat of Culture, Recreation and Sport of Bogotá
Public Sector
Has the implementation of the policy/measure been evaluated?: 
YES
If yes, what are the main conclusions/recommendations?: 

* Since the Orange Law came into force, DANE has fulfilled the commitments made in the meetings of the National Council of the Orange Economy and has managed to consolidate in each report the relevant information of the sector.

* Relevance and knowledgeability in the discussion of which activities are to be included in the Orange Economy, both nationally and in Bogota, capitalizing in the availability of regional information.

* The measurement methodology of the 103 activities (69 fully and 34 partially included) that make up the Orange Economy was designed and published, based on international and national studies, and DANE's own research.

* By including the universe of activities that make up the Orange Economy, the coverage of information sources in the cultural and creative sector was expanded.

* Holding prior meetings with the entities that provided information for the Culture and Orange Economy Satellite Account in order to review and approve the results obtained by the technical team.

* Preliminary design of the Orange Economy Information System - SIENA, a system that seeks to centralize inter-institutional statistical information on the orange sector.

* Comply in a timely manner with government guidelines that require relevant information for public policy decision-making related to the sector.

* Serve as dissemination instruments, and seek to give greater visibility to the cultural and creative sector and the different segments that comprise it.

* Be at the forefront at the national and international level with updated information on the sector, through the Reports and the CSCEN.

Objetivo(s) de la Convención 2005 de la UNESCO
Cultural Domain(s)
Multi-dominio