To what extent and how does the UK government’s investment in overseas cultural heritage protection impact on international trade flows between the UK and recipient countries?

Background

Research is also needed to help AHT’s understanding of international cultural markets, where the UK sits comparatively and the impact culture has on international diplomacy. Protecting the UK’s cultural assets and understanding ways to consolidate and make better use of crucial data across AHT sectors is also of interest and more research on best practice would be useful.

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DCMS areas of research interest GOV UK

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    The project investigates the right to cultural heritage and its protection, which could have implications for international trade flows.

  • Cultural Heritage 360

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    Lead research organisation: Durham University

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