The road to ruin(s): how to utilise historical and cultural resources for the benefit of the community

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Best, S. 2017. The road to ruin(s): how to utilise historical and cultural resources for the benefit of the community. in: Mergos, G. and Patsavos, N. (ed.) Cultural heritage and Sustainable Development: Economic benefits, social opportunities and policy challenges Technical University of Crete. pp. 302-305
Chapter titleThe road to ruin(s): how to utilise historical and cultural resources for the benefit of the community
AuthorsBest, S.
LanguageEnglish
Page range302-305
Book titleCultural heritage and Sustainable Development: Economic benefits, social opportunities and policy challenges
EditorsMergos, G. and Patsavos, N.
PublisherTechnical University of Crete
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Hardcover9789608475243
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Print2017
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Deposited05 Feb 2018
AcceptedMay 2017
Output statusPublished
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