A growing number of socio-economic studies of cultural heritage sites have been undertaken in recent years, normally focusing on specific impact dimensions. This paper offers a holistic framework for analysing socio-economic impact of heritage sites. It presents impract as a dynamic concept and provides a typological basis for analysing impacts. Such a holistic approach will provide a useful basis from which heritage managers can conceptualise socio-economic impact.
|Title of host publication||Heritage impact 2005: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Socio-economic Impact of Cultural Heritage|
|Editors||Jim McLoughlin, Jaime Kaminski, B. Sodagar|
|Place of Publication||Budapest, Hungary|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- Cultural heritage, Economics
McLoughlin, J., Sodagar, B., & Kaminski, J. (2006). Dynamic socio-economic impact: a holistic analytical framework for cultural heritage sites. In J. McLoughlin, J. Kaminski, & B. Sodagar (Eds.), Heritage impact 2005: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Socio-economic Impact of Cultural Heritage (pp. 43-56). Archaeolingua. http://public-repository.epoch-net.org/publications/heritage_impact/heritage_impact.pdf