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van Elburg, Eline; Pleijte, Marcel; Pedroli, Bas; Donders, Josine; Rip, Frans
Work Package 1 is mainly concerned with documenting the case study areas of the 15 SPOT partners by developing quantitative and qualitative indicators at national, regional and local levels which are appropriate for understanding the role of cultural tourism.
This is a report on three surveys conducted within the scope of the SPOT project. The purpose of this deliverable is to provide the results of the surveys for tourists, residents and entrepreneurs, and provide an analysis and discussion comparing the results of the fifteen participating case studies. The aim is to find out more about the similarities and differences that exist in tourists’, residents’ and entrepreneurs’ experiences and views on cultural tourism and about the potentials of cultural tourism.
This report was generated from the international research project Social and innovative Platform On cultural Tourism and its potential towards deepening Europeanisation (SPOT, www.SPOTprojectH2020.eu) funded by the European Commission under the H2020 Program (Grant Agreement #870644). The Consortium consists of 15 partners and is coordinated by the Mendelu University in Brno.
The project partners and Principal Investigators (PI) are:
Mendelu University in Brno (the Czech Republic), PI Dr. Prof. Milada Šťastná;
Bar-Ilan University (Israel), PI Prof. Michael Sofer;
Institute of Geography, Romanian Academy (Romania), PI Dr. Bianca Mitrica;
Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (Germany), PI Dr. Peter Wirth / Dr. Ralf-Uwe Syrbe;
Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary), PI Prof. Tamás Hardi;
Wageningen Environmental Research (the Netherlands), PI Drs. Marcel Pleijte;
Tallinn University (Estonia), PI Prof. Hannes Palang;
University of Graz (Austria), PI Dr. Wolfgang Fischer;
University of Aberdeen (the United Kingdom), PI Prof. Claire Wallace;
The University of the Aegean (Greece), PI Prof. Theano S. Terkenli;
University of Barcelona (Spain), PI Assoc. Prof. Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway;
University of Verona (Italy), PI Assoc. Prof. Lorenzo Migliorati / Prof. Luca Mori;
University of Wroclaw (Poland), PI Dr. Hab. Sylwia Dołzbłasz;
University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), PI Assist. Prof. Naja Marot;
Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra (Slovakia), PI RNDr. PhD. Hilda Kramáreková.