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Cultural Policy

The following publications belong to the Cultural Policy research strand led by Dr. Beatriz García — an academic who has long been at the forefront of debates about culture-led urban regeneration, with pioneering work on the impact and legacy of mega-events.

The Cultural Policy research strand looks at local, national and international policy frameworks for culture, placing a particular emphasis on their application in the context of large-scale cultural interventions.


2016


Simeon Yates, Richard Evans, Mike Jones, Gerwyn Jones, Martin Hudson and Stephen Crone  (2016)  Beatles Heritage in Liverpool and its Economic and Cultural Sector Impact. Liverpool: ICC, Institute of Popular Music (University of Liverpool), European Institute of Urban Affairs (Liverpool John Moores University).


2014


Beatriz García, Neil Armitage and Stephen Crone  (2014)  Heritage, Pride and Place: Exploring the contribution of World Heritage Site status to Liverpool’s sense of place and future development. Liverpool: ICC.

Beatriz García, Neil Armitage and Stephen Crone  (2014)  Heritage, Pride and Place: Exploring the contribution of World Heritage Site status to Liverpool’s sense of place and future development. Executive Summary. Liverpool: ICC.


2013


Beatriz García and Tamsin Cox  (2013)  European Capitals of Culture: Success Strategies and Long-term Effects. Brussels: European Parliament.

Beatriz García and Tamsin Cox  (2013)  London 2012 Cultural Olympiad Evaluation. Liverpool: ICC.

Beatriz García and Tamsin Cox  (2013)  London 2012 Cultural Olympiad Evaluation: Executive Summary. Liverpool: ICC.


2012


Beatriz García  (2012)  The Olympic Games and Cultural Policy. Abingdon: Routledge.


2010


Beatriz García, Ruth Melville and Tamsin Cox  (2010)  Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture. Liverpool: Impacts 08.


2008


Floris Langen and Beatriz García  (2008)  Measuring the Impact of Major Cultural Events: A Literature Review. Arts Research Digest, 44.


2003


Beatriz García  (2003)  Glasgow Lessons can help Liverpool. London: Regeneration and Renewal.

 

 

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