Assessing economic value: The economic impacts generated by the museums and the museum sector, and wider considerations about the economic case for culture
Wednesday 17th November, 5.30pm, University of Cumbria, Learning Gateway Building
Room LG203, Fusehill Street Campus, Carlisle, Cumbria.
Tea and coffee will be available from 5.15 p.m. onwards in room LG202.
The seminar was given by DC Research’s Directors, Jonathan Durnin and Dr. Stephen Connolly, on Wednesday 17th November. Founded in 2008, DC Research has developed a strong portfolio of arts and cultural sector research, evaluation and impact studies that often involve identifying the economic value and the impact of intangible characteristics that are intrinsically “hard to measure”.
Stephen and Jonathan began their careers at the Centre for Regional Economic Development, and have longstanding experience of working with, and for, funders, development agencies, economic development and regeneration delivery organisations and local authorities.