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Impact assessment of cultural heritage preservation projects

The Budapest Institute was commissioned by the Forster Centre (Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management) to develop a quasi-experimental (counterfactual) evaluation strategy for measuring the social-economic impact of EU funded cultural heritage (CH) preservation projects. The methodology builds on publicly available settlement-level data and can be used repeatedly to measure the effects of cultural heritage investments. In the second phase of the study we applied the methodology to measure the effect of CH projects launched between 2004 and 2013. You can access further related studies on cultural heritage preservation projects here.

Project details
ClientGyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management
Project leader Anna Adamecz-Völgyi
Duration18/02/2015 - 06/10/2015