International Conference on Festivals and Event Research Orlando, Florida 20 January 2009. Please Don’t Stop the Music! An Exploratory Study of Alternative Approaches to Public Sector Evaluation and Funding Policies for Cultural Events Preliminary Findings Dr. Rebecca Finkel and
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Please Don’t Stop the Music!
An Exploratory Study of Alternative Approaches to Public Sector Evaluation and Funding Policies
for Cultural Events
Dr. Rebecca Finkel and
Dr. Joe Goldblatt, CSEP
Kuan-wen Lin, MBA
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