Mapping cultural policy in Portugal: From incentives to crisis

@article{Garcia2018MappingCP,
  title={Mapping cultural policy in Portugal: From incentives to crisis},
  author={Jos{\'e} Lu{\'i}s Garcia and Jo{\~a}o Teixeira Lopes and Teresa Duarte Martinho and Jos{\'e} Soares Neves and Rui Telmo Gomes and Vera Borges},
  journal={International Journal of Cultural Policy},
  year={2018},
  volume={24},
  pages={577 - 593}
}
Abstract Taking into account the course of cultural policy in democratic Portugal, and against the backdrop of the international crisis of 2008 and the sovereign debt crisis of 2011, this article seeks to interpret recent changes in the cultural sector in Portugal. Using both qualitative and quantitative methods it focuses on three main aspects: institutionalisation of democratic cultural policy; government funding; cultural organizations and facilities. The 2008 crisis put an end to a period… 
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