Visiting the Margins: Innovative Cultural Tourism in European Peripheries: Stakeholder map

Maximilian Block, Carsten Humlebæk, Sarah Mariane Qwarnström, Caroline Agha Raad, Viktor Smith

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This report contains three parts: In the first part, it discusses stakeholder analysis and mapping as applied to tourist destinations and more specifically, to the INCULTUM network of Pilots. Secondly, a stakeholder mapping exercise is applied to all the ten Pilots based on data gathered by the group of analysts of CBS, WP7 lead, and by SDU as leader of WP3. Lastly, the preliminary conclusions sum up the work done and focus on the challenges with a view to the coming tasks to be completed, especially those related to impact, evaluation, and exploitation (T7.2 and T7.3). The content of this report has therefore required the collaboration of the SDU as lead of WP3 as well as all the pilots. The 10 pilots are spread over very varied territories and with different characteristics and evolution. Understanding the operation of each pilot, as well as the identification of each local stakeholder, and to afterwards include them all in a stakeholder analysis is a difficult task, not least due to the different stages of development that the pilots find themselves in. We shall return to these difficulties in the analysis and especially in chapter 6
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGranada
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - 2022
SeriesINCULTUM Project Deliverables

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