The following paper provides a review of valuation techniques from the field of economics that can be applied to cultural heritage impact studies. The actual methods chosen for any particular study will depend on the objectives of the impact analysis, the data availability, the resources supporting such a study and judgements concerning the suitability of the methodologies of the particular project in question.
|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||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- Cultural heritage, Economics
McLoughlin, J., Sodagar, B., & Kaminski, J. (2006). Economic valuation methodologies and their application to cultural heritage. 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. 8-27). Budapest, Hungary: Archaeolingua.