nep-cul New Economics Papers
on Cultural Economics
Issue of 2005‒01‒16
one paper chosen by
Roberto Zanola
Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale

  1. Eliciting Public Preferences For Managing Cultural Heritage By Ugo Colombino; Annamaria Nese; Patrizia Riganti

  1. By: Ugo Colombino (Department of Economics, University of Turin, Italy); Annamaria Nese (Department of Economics, University of Salerno, Italy); Patrizia Riganti (School of Architecture, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland)
    Abstract: This paper reports results from a survey using conjoint choice approach questions to elicit people’s preferences for cultural heritage management strategies for an outstanding world heritage site: the Temples of Paestum, in Italy. The potential of the above-mentioned methodologies’ within the current cultural heritage research scenario is also discussed.
    Keywords: Conjoint Analyis, Evaluation of Cultural Goods
    JEL: D6 D7 H
    Date: 2005–01–12

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