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07.18.2013

Territorial attractiveness and social cohesion: Surveys

SMART CITY AND SHARING CULTURAL DATA

With L'Atelier BNP Paribas (2014)

For several decades, the use of digital technologies has been seen as a key ingredient in the development of cities. This vision has gradually crystallised into the concept of the Smart City, a city whose digital infrastructure enables us to make better use of collective intelligence to improve the functioning of the city and the well-being of its population.

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CULTURE, TERRITORIES AND POWERS - THE SPIRIT OF ATLAS

With Louvre Alliance (2013)

On a prospective tonality, in an international perspective (European, and perhaps global), the study highlights tendencies both likely and desirable on the governance models, depending on the diversity of powers and territorial scales of culture (geographic, economic, alternatives). Few major perspectives should appear – where heritage policies do not need the same governance as creation, education or cultural policies… 

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Reasons to hope thanks to culture and creative imagination

With Louvre Alliance (2012)

Based on international survey amongst around ahundred personalities, the study identify, characterizeand distinguish the pools, the constraints,the creators, the particular experiences which nurture reasons to hope thanks to culture and creative imagination.

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Cultural undertaking & investment: from intuitionto decision making

With Kurt Salmon (2011)

What are the economic and qualitative criteriawhich prevail in the decision to invest in culture?100 international interviews

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Creativity, Culture and the City: a question of interconnexion

By Charles Landry (2011)

What do we lose by not investing in culture?

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The impact of cultural spending

With Tera Consultants (2011)

What is the effect of the public cultural expenditureon the GDP? Even though it only represents0.7% of the GDP per capita in the studied cities,the public cultural expenditure, has an effect of 10% on the GDP per capita. An econometric analysison a panel of 47 cities in 21 countries (panelof the 2010 study of Kurt Salmon)

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Second edition of the barometer on the culturalattractiveness of the territories -Culture andeconomic performance: what are the strategies for employment and development of territories?

With Ineum Consulting / Kurt Salmon (2010)

Do cities that choose a strategy relying on culturehave a smaller unemployment rate? What are thewinning fields? Analysis of 47 cities in 21 countries.

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Culture, as an economic or symbolic stakein the perspective of an improvement ofthe attractiveness of territories

With Ineum Consulting / Kurt Salmon (2009)

What is the link – or correlation – between theeconomic performance of a territory and its culturaland academic intensity? 32 international citiesare studied.

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