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Comité International de l'ICOMOS pour la gestion du patrimoine archéologique


Première partie: analyse economique du patrimoine: substance et justification

I. Nature et signification du patrimoine monumental
1. La nature du patrimoine
2. La typologie du patrimoine
3. Signification et valeur du patrimoine monumental
II. Justification et avantages de l'analyse économique du patrimoine
1. Valeur culturelle et dimension économique
2. La difficulté de "quantifier l'inquantifiable"
3. La dimension touristique du patrimoine
4. La dimension indirecte du patrimoine
5. La dimension publique du patrimoine

Deuxième partie: analyse économique du patrimoine monumental: méthode

I. Le contexte économique de l'analyse
1. Caractéristiques générales
2. Une définition économique du patrimoine
3. Le financement de la sauvegarde du patrimoine monumental
II. La méthode d'analyse de la dimension économique du patrimoine monumental
1. Objectifs et fondements de la méthode
2. Description générale de la méthode
III. La détermination précise du projet
1. Description de l'objet analysé
2. Description du contexte
3. Description du problème
IV. La formulation des données
1. Présentation de la "grille" d'evaluation du patrimoine
2. Description générale de la grille
3. Le patrimoine existant:
les flux économiques d'origine touristique (colonnes 1 à 4)
4. Le patrimoine existant:
les flux économiques d'usage (colonnes 5 à 7)
5. Le patrimoine existant:
les flux économiques indirects (colonnes 8 et 9)
6. Le patrimoine amélioré
7. La valeur d'inventaire
Annexe méthodologique: Utilisation de la grille
V. L'interprétation des résultats
1. Le calcul des résultats
2. Critères comptables
3. Critères économiques de l'investissement
4. Comparaison de projets de sauvegarde
VI. La gestion publique du patrimoine monumental
1. Nécessité d'un ojectif de sauvegarde
2. Une étude rationnelle de l'investissement public
3. Calcul d'investissement public: un exemple théorique
4. Calcul d'investissement public: une généralisation
5. Politique économique et patrimoine monumental


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Lichfield, Nathaniel
(The Rote of Economics in Conservation)

1. The Economic Impact of Historic Preservation Projects  [1029 kb]
    Brabec, Elizabeth

2. Economics in the Conservation Process: Several Experiences from Slovenia [379 kb]
    Curk, Iva

3. Governments Versus Competitiveness: A Checklist  [1075 kb]
    Denhez, Marc

4. The Urban Heritage as a Cultural, Social and Economic Asset [2305 Kb]
    van Dun, Peter and Docter, Robert 

5. Expanding Resources and Responsibility for Conserving the World's Cultural Sites and Monuments  [179 kb]
    Fleming, Arlene K.

6. State Intervention/or Conservation in a Mixed Economy: Policy and Practice in the United Kingdom 
    Golding, Francis

7. Russian Heritage a New Route Out of the Past [479 kb]
     Kalinichenko, Yuri and Fowler, Daryl

8. The Calwer Strasse in Stuttgart [470 kb]
    Kempter, Georg Friedrich 

9. Tax Incentives for Conservation Works on Heritage -Registered
Buildings and Structures,Australia 
[73 kb]
    Lyneham, Sonja 

10. Economic Life and Conservation Community Impact Analysis of Baixa Pombalina: A Case Study in Lisbon, Portugal  [2214 kb]
    Moreira, Margarida 

11. Update on U.S. Rehabilitation Tax Credits and the Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) [590 kb]
    Morton, Hamilton, Jr.

12. Sustainable Development and Monument Conservation Planning: A Case Study on Olympia  [3512 kb]
    Nijkamp, P. and Bithas, K.

13. Patrimoine Culturel et Tourisme en France [223 kb] 

    Vincent, Jean-Mari and Patin, Valery 

14. Centres Historiques et Systemes Territoriaux: Quelques Exemples  [868 kB]
    Petrôncelli, Elvira

15. Evaluation as a Decision Support System: An Interactive Multicriteria Approach [1146 kB]
    Rostirolla, Pietro 

16. Monuments Ouverts au Public  [565 kB] 
    Schmuckle -Mollard, Christiane and Mosser, Francoise 

17. Une approche nouvelle à la mise en valeur des régions rurales regions de patrimoine  [846 kB] 
    Varin, Francois 


18. A Proposed Methodology for Measuring the Economic Value of Cultural Monuments [458 kB]
    Wijesinghe, Thilan 

19. New Trends of Economics in Renewal of Old Historic Towns in West Hungary [1344 kB]
     Winkler, Garbon




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1. Monuments as Managing Factors in Forming Townscape
Agosthazi, Laszlo
2. Heritage Management -Tamil Nadu. India
Deivanayagam, G.
3. Educating to Value Different Perspectives of Australian Cultural Heritage
Egloff, Brian J.
4. Heritage Management through Contemporary Design;
A Philosophical Approach
Ganiatsas, Vassilis
5. Les Places des Sultans
Gilibert, Anna
6. Rebuilding of the Old Town in Warsaw; the World Heritage
Gruszecki, Andrzej
7. The Image of Hungarian Cultural Sites on the Example of the County Vas
Harrach, Elizabeth C.
8. Documentation and Conservation at Moenjodaro; A Concept of Management
Jansen, Michael
9. Conservation Training of Students of Architecture in Finland
Kaila, Panu
10. Problems and Possible Solutions on Cultural Heritage Management in Sri Lanka
Lalchandra, M. D.
11. Interpreting Historic Gold Mining Sites to Visitors in Victoria. Australia
Lennon, Jane
12. Statutory Protection and Predictive Plans - Archaeological Heritage Management in Sydney
Mackay, Richard
13. Results of the Seminar on the Conservation of Asian Cultural Heritage
Nishiura, Tadateru
14. Angkor and the World Monuments Fund
Stubbs, John H.
15. World Heritage Education; A Prototype for Teaching Young People
Timken, Barbara C.
16. An International Strategy for Cultural Heritage
Tomaszewski, Andrzej
17. Applied Research -the Backbone of Archaeological Heritage Management
Trotzig, Gustaf
18. Local Community and Cultural fleritage Management in Australia
Truscott, Marilyn
19. Specific Problems Related to Surveying and Recording Works in Makkah
Uluengin, Niha1 and Uluengin Bulent
20. So Important -But flow Should We Do It? Education. Training and Professional Development for Archaeological fleritage Conservation
Wood, John
21. Twenty Years of Experience in Training of Monuments Preservation at the Technical University of Budapest
Zador, Mihaly

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1. Historical Background
Dawson Munjeri
2. History of Monuments Legislation in Zimbabwe
Ivan Murambiwa
3. Documenting the Stones on the Walls of Great Zimbabwe
Edward Matenga
4. Past and Present Conservation Policy on the Dry Stone Heritage of Zimbabwe
Webber Ndoro
5. Rock Art in Zimbabwe
George Tafirenyika Mvenge
6. Conservation of Rock Art in Zimbabwe
Lorraine Swan
7. Archaeological Excavation in Zimbabwe. Past Present and Future Trends
Paul Mupira
8. Towards the Revival of By-Gone Cultures - The Case of Old Bulawayo
D. Munjeri et. al
9. Tourism Policy in Zimbabwe or the Lack of It
Tafirenyika Masona
List of Authors

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1. Introduction and Historical Background to the Conservation of Monuments and Sites in South Africa
Janette Deacon and Penny Pistorius
2. Legislation and the National Monuments Act
Penny Pistorius
3. Forms of Protection Provided by the National Monuments Act
Jenette Deacon and George Hofmeyr
4. Cultural Resource Management and the Environrnent Conservation Act. 1989
Ingrid Coetzee, Alicia Monis and Juanita Pastor
5. National Databases on Monuments and Sites
John Gribble
6. Conservation Policy for Heritage Sites in South Africa
Janette Deacon
7. Protection of South Africa's Natural Heritage, with particular reference to Table Mountain
George Hofmeyr
8. Case Studies of Conservation Practice at Archaeological and Palaeontological Sites
Janette Deacon
9. Presenting South Africa's Rock Art Sites
Geoffrey Blundell
10. Conservation Practice for Historical Shipwrecks
John Gribble
11. The Castle of Good Hope
Janet te Deacon, Gabriël Fagan and Gwen Fagan
12. The Archaeology of the Castle of Good Hope
Martin Hall
13. Industrial Heritage: Three Western Cape Water-mills
Sonette Bezuidenhout
14. Bethany, the House of the Poor
Herma Gous
15. Conservation of Properties Owned by the National Monuments Council
Desmond K. Martin
16. Conservation of War Graves
Jean Beater
17. Sol Plaatje House: a Monument to a Great South African
Colin Fortune and Leigh Deyzel
18. A Memorial to Enoch Mankanyi Sontonga
Geneveve Walker
19. Urban Conservation in Graaff Reinet
Peter Whitlock
20. Conservation in the Urban Environment: Conservation Areas in Cape Town
Stephen S. Townsend
21. Robben Island: A Case Study in Contemporary Conservation Practice
Laura Robinson
22. Strategies for Change in Heritage Management in the New South Africa
Lesley Freedman Townsend


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