Cultural heritage as an instrument for the tourism sector: a cultural network approach
Francesca Amendola and
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Francesca Amendola: University of Salerno
Anna Papaccio: University of Salerno
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The cultural heritage valorisation problem led to the development of new organizational models based on the relationship between cultural heritage, the economic system and the territory. One of the most useful solution has been the network structure, based on the interaction between different types of resources, goods and operators. This paper analyses the formation and stability of potential cultural networks among heterogeneous cultural and territorial actors. The formation of cultural (informal or formal) agreements amongst heterogeneous actors has been studied by means of the network formation theory.
Keywords: cultural economics; cultural heritage; non-profit institutions; network formation games (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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