Easson, H., & Leask, A. (in press). After-hours events at the National Museum of Scotland: a product for attracting, engaging and retaining new museum audiences?. Current Issues in Tourism, https://doi.org/10.1080/13683500.2019.1625875
Cultural heritage is recognised as one of the major contributors to the economy and has traditionally been funded from the public sector. Museums have had to become more comme...
Robertson, M., Rogers, P., & Leask, A. (2008). Progressing socio-cultural impact evaluation for festivals. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 1(2), (156-169). doi:10.1080/19407960902992233. ISSN 1940-7963
The research project reported in this paper set out to advance the knowledge base of socio‐cultural festival evaluation and, through industry and academic liaison, produce a r...
Robertson, M. (2009). Cultural and festive activity as brand salience for the creative city destination: case study UNESCO City of Literature. In CAUTHE 2010: Tourism and Hospitality: Challenge the Limits, 1229-1233
This work - in - progress stems from an earlier project by Robertson and Rogers (2009).
It addresses the role of the media and stakeholder collaboration in a city in formin...
Anastasiadou, C. & Panyik, E. (2014). Relationships between travel habits and European identity formation
For the first time in the history of the EU, the Lisbon Treaty, which entered into force in 2009, established direct legal base for Community measures with supporting competen...