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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Measuring the economic value of cultural sites and institutions poses challenges. Traditional economic impact studies have tended to value the market benefits of culture, such as the impacts on employment and gross value...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: Nesta
The project partially addresses the question by providing a methodology to measure the economic value of cultural institutions, which could help fill data gaps in the AHT sectors.
Essential context for the project is the view that, given the stringent economic climate, the cultural sector must lobby for public funding using the concepts and tools of economics or face dire consequences, a strategy ...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: Brunel University
The project partially addresses the question by proposing a toolkit for measuring cultural value, which could help address data gaps in the AHT sectors.
The rationale behind this project is that cultural datasets are currently in a poor state of development and not fit-for-purpose. As many scholars, cultural workers, funders and policymakers have observed, cultural data ...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Leeds
The project fully addresses the question by aiming to develop a mixed-methods cultural evaluation framework to improve the state of cultural datasets, directly addressing the data gaps in the AHT sectors.