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Economics and heritage conservation

Economics and heritage conservation

a meeting organized by the Getty Conservation Institute, December 1998, Getty Center, Los Angeles.

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Published by Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic preservation -- Economic aspects -- Congresses.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Economic aspects -- Congresses.,
  • Cultural policy -- Congresses.

  • About the Edition

    Discusses the issue of cultural heritage conservation and economics, and the potential for collaboration and conflict when economic and cultural values are brought together.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesArt Conservation Department Library
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsGetty Conservation Institute., State University College at Buffalo. Dept. of Art Conservation
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22860730M

    A literature review of the economics and heritage conservation was conducted by Randall Mason in a in a Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program the preamble, Mason points out that historic conservation is typically judged to be a sound investment. TY - CHAP. T1 - The Economics of heritage conservation. T2 - a discussion. AU - Throsby, David. N1 - First published in Economics and heritage conservation, a meeting organized by the Getty Conservation Institute, December , ed. R. Mason (Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute, ) ppAuthor: David Throsby.

    The Economics of Uniqueness aims to inform, inspire, and encourage the conservation of historic cores and heritage for economic development worldwide. In Zanzibar, for example, the national government and the World Bank are working together on a project to improve access to urban services while conserving Stone Town’s traditional seafront and. Volume 4 Issue 1 August Print Version. Heritage Conservation and the Local Economy. Donovan D. Rypkema. Heritage conservation does not have a value. Heritage conservation has multiple values: cultural, aesthetic, educational, environmental, social, historical, and others. A more recent addition to this litany of values is the economic value of heritage conservation.

    Heritage & Conservation Items 1 to 10 of 99 total Show 5 10 15 20 25 All per page. A multidisciplinary focus that brings together perspectives from conservation, museums, memory studies, digital heritage, indigenous studies, heritage management, anthropology and archaeology Emphasis on future issues and solutions makes the text required reading for policy makers, government heritage agencies and professionals.


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Ing conservation decisions that satisfy the needs of many stakeholders. Second, “heritage” is an essen-Economics and Heritage Conservation: Concepts, Values, and Agendas for Research Randall MasonFile Size: KB. The role of economics in urban conservation is relatively underdeveloped. Professor Lichfield has added to his other pioneering studies in this innovative and important exposition of approach, method and techniques for the systematic application of economics in the conservation of urban by: Economics and Heritage Conservation A Meet ing Org a n i z e d by the G etty Cons er vati on Inst itu te Dece mbe r 1G ett y C ente r, L os Ang eles.

‘So much economics is written for its club members that it is refreshing to come across a book of essays which is accessible in large measure Economics and heritage conservation book those with a working knowledge of economic issues.

It is much more than that because it makes a persuasive case for the use of economic analysis in deciding in which areas governments can sensibly act in the presentation and preservation of heritage.

Some Economics of Conservation of Cultural Heritage: The Key Questions: /ch This chapter contributes to theoretical debates in the study of the economics of cultural heritage conservation. In particular, it deals with the economicAuthor: Marilena Vecco. Downloadable. Cultural heritage is a complex and elusive concept, constantly evolving through time, and combining cultural, aesthetic, symbolic, spiritual, historical and economic values.

The Handbook on the Economics of Cultural Heritage outlines the contribution of economics to the design and analysis of cultural heritage policies and to addressing issues related to the conservation.

Extract. Policy instruments used for the regulation of built heritage fall into two types. First, the major instrument of heritage policy used in countries around the world is listing, whereby buildings or sites considered of sufficient significance from a heritage viewpoint are placed on a register, allowing public authorities to regulate their management, conservation, adaptive re-use and so on.

Workshop on Valuing Cultural Heritage (Summer, ) Values and Heritage Conservation (Summer, ) Meeting on the Economics of Cultural Heritage (Spring, ) The Economics of Heritage Conservation: A Discussion (Spring, ) Getty Publications.

Heritage Values in Site Management; Getty Research Library. The economics of uniqueness: investing in historic city cores and cultural heritage assets for sustainable development (English) Abstract.

With rapid urbanization, cities featuring valuable historic cores and heritage assets struggle to modernize without completely losing their uniqueness. "The Economics of Heritage Conservation: A Discussion." Mason 19ö Klamer, Arjo and Peter-Wim Zuidhof. "The Values of Cultural Heritage: Merging Economic and Cultural Appraisals." Mason 23ö8.

Mason, Randall. "Economics and Heritage Conservation: Concepts, Values, and Agendas for Research." Economics and Heritage Conservation. Randall. The Handbook on the Economics of Cultural Heritage outlines the contribution of economics in designing cultural heritage policies and in addressing the issues related to the conservation and enhancement of heritage.

Taking into account the peculiarities of heritage, where cultural and economic values co-exist, the Handbook offers a multidisciplinary approach, showing how challenging though.

13 Technologies for cultural heritage Paolo Paolini, Dana Mitroff Silvers and Nancy Proctor 14 The immeasurable economics of libraries-" Jean-Michel Salatin PART VI CONSERVATION OF BUILT HERITAGE 15 Choices in architectural conservation John H. Stubbs 16 Conservation and sustainable development of archaeological sites Conservation strategies: Researchers examine the social and political reasons behind threats to biodiversity.

Research on hunting wildlife in Ghana, Tanzania, Madagascar, and Cameroon attempts to understand the impacts on both humans and wildlife, and may eventually help reduce wildlife hunting.

Cultural heritage is a complex and elusive concept, constantly evolving through time, and combining cultural, aesthetic, symbolic, spiritual, historical and economic values.

The Handbook on the Economics of Cultural Heritage outlines the contribution of economics to the design and analysis of cultural heritage policies and to addressing issues. Providing an overview of the marketing principles and tools that pertain to the area of heritage conservation services, this book combines research and practice to offer an alternative to the classical transactional marketing : Izabella Parowicz.

Mossetto, 'The Economic Dilemma of Heritage Protection', in A. Peacock and I. Rizzo (eds), Cultural Economics and Cultural Policies, Dordrecht: Kluwer,pp. Jan Samuel. Our political economic analysis shows that devolution may favor the conservation of heritage with ‘outstanding characteristics’ over more ‘local’ heritage, leading to an inefficient outcome.

We then discuss different possible measures to correct for such a political inefficiency. In order to establish an appropriate base for the economic analysis and application in parts III, IV and V of the book, the opening sections provide essential background information about the management and planning for conservation in the urban system in general and examine the special place of the cultural built heritage: those building and Price: $ Providing an overview of the marketing principles and tools that pertain to the area of heritage conservation services, this innovative new book combines research and practice to offer an alternative to the classical transactional marketing approach.

International Scientific Journal & Country Ranking. Only Open Access Journals Only SciELO Journals Only WoS Journals. Get this from a library! Heritage economics: challenges for heritage conservation and sustainable development in the 21st century, 4 JulyAustralian National University, Canberra: conference proceedings.

[International Society for Ecological Economics. Meeting; Australian Heritage Commission.] -- Australia’s heritage places have been shaped by natural and cultural processes and by.Abstract. A key issue in the study of heritage tourism is reconciling the interests of heritage conservation and tourism promotion or an emphasis on the protection of heritage sites versus the utilization of these same sites for economic development purposes.Candidates for the Master of Heritage Conservation complete 72 credit points (cp) made up of at least five core units of study (42cp), three optional units from the list offered by the course (18cp), and two elective units (12cp) from those available within the faculty, subject to .