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Developing New Instruments to Meet Cultural Policy Challenges

Report of an Asia-Europe Seminar on Cultural Policy; Bangkok, Thailand, 24-27 June 2004

Published: 2005
Price: Free
Editor: Rod Fisher
Publisher: Centre for European Studies (CES) at Chulalongkorn University
ISBN: 974-9940-16-4
Status: Out of Stock
Pages/Weight: 283 pages / 365 g
Related project: Asia-Europe Seminar On Cultural Policy
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Developing New Instruments to Meet Cultural Policy Challenges, Report of an Asia-Europe Seminar on Cultural Policy; Bangkok, Thailand, 24th to 27th June 2004. This is a compilation of presentations made by senior policy makers, cultural policy analysts and researchers from Europe and Asia during the seminar on cultural policy. Some of the main issues discussed were how ASEM countries are planning, developing and implementing their cultural policies, ways to solve common cultural policy dilemmas and to increase comparative and inter-cultural dialogue among ASEM countries on cultural policy. This is a good reference for cultural policy planning and to further Asia-Europe networking and cultural cooperation.

Readership: Cultural researchers, Policy makers, culture practitioners, academics and students of arts and cultural policy.

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