REZENSIONEN In the final section, the reader is introduced to manifestations of creativity, from that of the creative genius, to the problems of malevo- lence that creativity might inspire, or that are inspired by creativity. It addresses the notion that creativity can be turned either to the good or to the bad. Another sobering view. And yet, we know empirically and an- ecdotally that creativity has its rewards. We only need to come to terms with its structures and processes. We need to know the right questions to ask as we craft policy solutions with creativity at their core. The Cam- bridge Handbook of Creativity asks a lot of the right questions and po- ses some worthy answers. CHARLES LANDRY: Advanced Introduction to the Creative City. Chelten- ham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 2019. 192 pp. Charles Landry’s name is well represented in this special issue on crea-tive cities exactly because he was one of the early launchers of the creativity movement. His 1995 publication with Franco Bianchini, The Creative City: A Toolkit for Urban Innovators, was one of the first to position creativity as a remedy for ailing cities. In Chapter Three of the latest book, he poses the
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