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Some examples of the ECoC-realted articles on Academia.eu:
“Deconstructing the city of culture: The long-term cultural legacies of Glasgow 1990"
Urban Studies · May 2005
Comparing the Cultures of Cities in Two European Capitals of Culture
Etnofoor, Vol. 28, No. 2, The City (2016), pp. 99-120
"Valletta 2018: Was it successful?"
Newspaper opinion piece: The Malta Independent on Sunday, 3 February 2019
"Evaluating the European Capital of Culture that Never Was: Brabantstad 2018"
Paper presented at the ATLAS Annual Conference in Malta, November 2013. Revised draft accepted for publication in the Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events (Special Issue on Event Evaluation, 2014).
"The Impact of the European Union on Cultural Policy in Malta"
Croatian International Relations Review XIV (82) 2018, 38-6
European capitals of culture: success strategies andlong-term effects
European Parliament, Directorate General for Internal Policies
Policy department b: structural and cohesion policies: Culture and education
Source: Willam Chambers, Vice-President of UNeECC