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EU funding for culture: the regional dimension

08-10-2015

Although competence for culture policy lies with the Member States, various EU programmes and funds are available for cultural projects. The contribution of culture to regional development is increasingly recognised and EU regional funding can finance projects with a cultural dimension.

Although competence for culture policy lies with the Member States, various EU programmes and funds are available for cultural projects. The contribution of culture to regional development is increasingly recognised and EU regional funding can finance projects with a cultural dimension.

Cost of Non-Europe in the Single Market for transport and tourism: tourism policy and passenger rights (Annex III)

28-10-2014

Cost of Non-Europe Reports identify the possibilities for economic or other gains and/or the realisation of a ‘public good’ through common action at EU level in specific policy areas and sectors. This Cost of Non-Europe Report seeks to analyse the costs for citizens, businesses and relevant stake-holders of remaining gaps and barriers in the Single Market in transports, as well as to examine the benefits from further action in the tourism sector. This particular study - the third in a series - looks ...

Cost of Non-Europe Reports identify the possibilities for economic or other gains and/or the realisation of a ‘public good’ through common action at EU level in specific policy areas and sectors. This Cost of Non-Europe Report seeks to analyse the costs for citizens, businesses and relevant stake-holders of remaining gaps and barriers in the Single Market in transports, as well as to examine the benefits from further action in the tourism sector. This particular study - the third in a series - looks at the cost of non-Europe in European tourism policy and passenger rights legislation. For passenger rights, it analyses existing legislation and policy measures, identifying specific gaps where legislation or further initiatives at European level could be beneficial. In the tourism area, it quantifies in economic terms the potential for efficiency gains and identifies the main areas, in which EU action would further support the development of tourism and help realise the potential gains identified.

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This study has been written by Richard Weston and Nicholas Davies of the University of Central Lancashire and Anna Scuttari, Matthias Wagner and Harald Pechlaner of the European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano, at the request of the European Added Value Unit, of the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value, within the European Parliamentary Research service (EPRS) of the European Parliament.

Capitais europeias da cultura efeitos a longo prazo

15-11-2013

O presente estudo surge na sequência do apelo lançado pelo Parlamento Europeu para que se procedesse a uma avaliação exaustiva dos efeitos a longo prazo do acolhimento do programa Capital Europeia da Cultura (CEC). Tem como principal objetivo analisar a riqueza das publicações relativas às cidades anfitriãs da CEC, a fim de identificar as estratégias de sucesso mais comuns, examinar as provas do impacto e dos efeitos a longo prazo de um ponto de vista cultural, económico, social e político e compreender ...

O presente estudo surge na sequência do apelo lançado pelo Parlamento Europeu para que se procedesse a uma avaliação exaustiva dos efeitos a longo prazo do acolhimento do programa Capital Europeia da Cultura (CEC). Tem como principal objetivo analisar a riqueza das publicações relativas às cidades anfitriãs da CEC, a fim de identificar as estratégias de sucesso mais comuns, examinar as provas do impacto e dos efeitos a longo prazo de um ponto de vista cultural, económico, social e político e compreender os desafios que se colocam de forma mais recorrente.

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Tamsin Cox and Beatriz Garcia , Collaborators: Matti Allam, Pete Campbell, Giannalia Cogliandro, Stephen Crone, Floris Langen, Dave O’Brien and Cristina Ortega Nuere

Património industrial e Turismo Agrorrural na Europa

15-01-2013

O presente documento descreve e analisa as modalidades, as razões, os períodos e os locais em que se desenvolveram o turismo ligado ao património industrial e o turismo rural na Europa. Debate os problemas atuais nesses domínios e sugere formas de expandir ambas as atividades e de as tornar mais viáveis, sustentáveis e vantajosas em termos económicos, ambientais e socioculturais para as comunidades envolvidas e para a Europa em geral.

O presente documento descreve e analisa as modalidades, as razões, os períodos e os locais em que se desenvolveram o turismo ligado ao património industrial e o turismo rural na Europa. Debate os problemas atuais nesses domínios e sugere formas de expandir ambas as atividades e de as tornar mais viáveis, sustentáveis e vantajosas em termos económicos, ambientais e socioculturais para as comunidades envolvidas e para a Europa em geral.

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Bernard Lane, Richard Weston (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Nick Davies (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Elisabeth Kastenholz, Joana Lima and Janusz Majewsjki

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