Actes du symposium scientifique de la 17ème Assemblée générale de l'ICOMOS / ICOMOS' 17th General Assembly Scientific Symposium proceedings - Part IV - Session 2

Article Index

Session 2- Comment le patrimoine peut-il exercer des effets structurants sur le développement économique et le bien- être social ? : How can heritage have a formative effect on economic development and social wellbeing? PDF

Philippe Toussaint

Le Centre des Monuments Nationaux, un outil de développement de l’attractivité patrimoniale des territoires
Isabelle LEMESLE

Cultural Heritage and Community Development

Historic Core of Split and the Peristyle of Diocletian’s Palace: Economic Impact of Cultural Heritage Preservation
Sagita Mirjam SUNARA, Goran NIKŠI?

Economic Value of Hanok Regeneration Project in Seoul
LEE Kyung-ah

People and Places: industrial landscapes, liability or asset?

Supporting Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Historic City Regeneration in Developing Countries

Revitalization of historic inner-city areas in Asia. Urban Renewal Potentials in Jakarta, Hanoi and Manila

Residential Consolidation, Preservation and Rehabilitation Programme. Buenos Aires Historic City Centre
Gabriela Beatriz MAREQUE, Estefanía AIRALDI

Heritage in Socio-Economic Development: Direct and Indirect Impacts

Heritage as springboard for creative enterprise
Stephen BROWN, Catherine SNELGOVE, Sharon VEALE

L’émotion collective au service du projet économique albigeois

Rapport / Report
Jae-Heon Choi
Rapporteur senior

Aurélie Bouton
Yanan Li
Rapporteurs juniors

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