The ENCATC Award on Cultural Policy & Cultural Management Research
This prestigious recognition aims to stimulate academic research in the field of cultural policy and management to explore, through comparative and cross-cultural research, issues at stake in contemporary Europe, Asia and the Americas, and possibly anticipate new cultural policy orientations, as well as to contribute to the process of creating an "infrastructure", a network of scholars who are competent in doing comparative research projects in cultural policy and management issues.
The 2014 Award was open to young researchers from European countries (Council of Europe Member States), Asia and the Americas. Research applicants must have defended the PhD Thesis between the dates of 01/01/2013 and 30/06/2014.
The ENCATC Award on Cultural Policy & Cultural Management Research consisted of two award levels overseen by the Award’s international jury of experts.
First, in the framework of the ENCATC Annual Conference, three Award finalistswere invited to present their PhD theses to an international audience of established and young researchers coming from Europe and beyond.
During the Award Ceremony held on the evening of 18 September, the single winner, Elodie Bordat from Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence in France was announced as the winner of the 2014 ENCATC Cultural Policy and Cultural Management Research Award for her outstanding PhD Thesis “The Dynamics of Changes in Public Policy. A Comparative Historical Analysis of Mexican and Argentine Cultural Policies.”
Second, the winner’s PhD thesis will be translated into English and published in 2015 in the ENCATC Book Series producted by the international Publishing house Peter Lang.
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