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The future of heritage

Andy Pratt was on a panel at an event held (virtually) in Sao Paulo last week discussing the approaches to heritage economics. Andy Pratt spoke about” Toward circular governance in the culture and creative economy: learning the lessons from the circular economy and environment” and he was joined by other leaders in the field: Christian Ost (Belgium), Honorary rector, ICHEC Brussels Management School , who spoke about” Cultural heritage value chain and innovative business models” and David Throsby (Australia), Department of Economics, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW 2109
who discussed “Heritage economics 40 years on: a review of developments since the 1980s” and
Pier Luigi Sacco (Italy), Professor of Cultural Economics, Rectoral Delegate for European Projects and International Networks, IULM University who spoke about “Heritage 3.0: a taxonomy of heritage functioning and their relations to regimes of cultural production”.

The event was recorded and is available here

The rest of the conference and multiple themes and seminars continue over the next few weeks are are available here

sbbk273 • June 14, 2021

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