Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (ohne Tagungsband-Eintrag):

D. Wiegand:
"Models for Economic Value in Cultural Tourism (Heritage Tourism)";
Vortrag: EVOCH - Economic Value of Cultural Heritage, Wien; 16.02.2012 - 17.02.2012.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Successful development of managed
facilities is possible almost everywhere
The development of managed facilities in a
narrow sense is not a chronological
process, but a repetitive (iterative) process
characterized by the steps analysed,
concept (design) and
assessment/evaluation, with the possibility
of exit or entry into the next phase after
every iterative cycle
In numerous developments of managed
facilities one person delivers business
know-how - normally concerning the
business the infrastructure is developed for
that leads to a competitive advantage of
the facility and good business conditions for
the tenants or in the case of public
infrastructure to positive social effects.
The "completeness of competencies"
concerning the development of managed
facilities is a main success factor
A sufficient equity position (capital base) of
developers of managed facilities is
essential for the project´s success
Managed facilities are not per se developed
more successfully by a specific group of
stakeholders - here a distinction needs to
be made between the types of managed
Public stakeholders and public sponsorship
are no guarantee for positive socioeconomic
or spatial effects, but valuable
"incentives" and "helpers
The architecture itself delivers an important
contribution to a successful development of
managed facilities, although very projectspecific
and in different forms

economic value, cultural heritage, cultural tourism, heritage tourism

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