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The Göteborg Model

Jan Rosvall (Göteborgs miljövetenskapliga centrum (GMV) ; Naturliga material med inriktning mot Miljö- och Kulturvård (NMK)) ; Erika Johansson (Göteborgs miljövetenskapliga centrum (GMV) ; Naturliga material med inriktning mot Miljö- och Kulturvård (NMK)) ; Pär Meiling (Göteborgs miljövetenskapliga centrum (GMV) ; Naturliga material med inriktning mot Miljö- och Kulturvård (NMK))
European Legislation and Cultural Heritage. A growing challenge for sustainable Cultural Heritage management and use. Editors: Alfredo Ronchi and Terje M. Nypan p. 25-53. (2004)
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The “Göteborg Model” can be defined as an integrated conservation structure which sustains the following: - Effective communication, networking and collaboration between academic and public bodies, governmental organisations and NGO’s, the industry, including small and medium enterprises (i.e. SME’s). - Adjusted outcomes relative to local, regional, national, and/or international providers of defined relevance through academic programs, professional services, including both private and public modalities. - Advanced academic and scholarly research. - Superior inter-disciplinary collaboration and international exchange to promote the field on both a scholarly and professional level. - Promotion of effective and operative policy and management systems. - The development of new methods, materials and technology to be adopted by the conservation field and the general market. - Continuous quality assurance through effective cost and management efforts.

Nyckelord: Integrated Conservation; Göteborg Model; Meta modelling functions; Modelling functions; Operative functions



Denna post skapades 2007-09-15. Senast ändrad 2011-02-01.
CPL Pubid: 48217

 

Institutioner (Chalmers)

Göteborgs miljövetenskapliga centrum (GMV)
Naturliga material med inriktning mot Miljö- och Kulturvård (NMK) (2000-2009)

Ämnesområden

Kulturstudier

Chalmers infrastruktur