CICERONE-members Thomas Borén and Dominic Power (both from Stockholm University) have finished the third in a series of WP3-related CICERONE papers which explores whether and to what extent the existing European, national and regional policy frameworks concerning cultural industries (and the wider economy) are appropriate...

Looking into the life-threatening consequences that the virus is having on the cultural sector – on its workers, businesses and cultural diversity ­– it seems impossible to find a possible bright side of the corona pandemic on the European cultural ecosystem. However, in the face...

Borders are closed, travel restrictions are issued and unemployment figures are exploding drastically. Particularly the culture and tourism sector were hit hard by the consequences of Covid-19: museums, concert halls, archaeological sites, hotels and gastronomy were closed and were also impacted by the cancellation of...