Cultural heritage as economic value and social opportunity: SPINNA Circle

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Dick, E. and Ganguli, R. 2017. Cultural heritage as economic value and social opportunity: SPINNA Circle. 1st InHerit International Conference on the Value of Cultural Heritage in Athens. Athens, Greece 12 - 13 May 2016 Technical University of Crete. pp. 264-272
TypeConference paper
TitleCultural heritage as economic value and social opportunity: SPINNA Circle
AuthorsDick, E. and Ganguli, R.
Research GroupDesign and Urban Cultures cluster
LanguageEnglish
Conference1st InHerit International Conference on the Value of Cultural Heritage in Athens
Page range264-272
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Hardcover9789608475243
PublisherTechnical University of Crete
Publication dates
Print01 Jan 2017
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Deposited22 Oct 2018
Accepted01 Jun 2016
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Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development: Economic benefits, social opportunities and policy challenges. Editors George Mergos, Nikolas Patsavos ISBN: 9789608475243

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