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Making the case for CASE

James Doeser

, March 14, 2012 — Culture

Senior Officer, Research and Knowledge at the Arts Council

...a short communications campaign to promote the Culture and Sport Evidence (CASE) programme. CASE is a joint strategic research programme led by the DCMS, working with the Arts Council England,...

Reading CASE right

Andy Parkinson

, November 9, 2012 — Culture

Director of Consilium Research and Consultancy Limited

and in this respect, CASE is a rich vein that’s ripe for mining. Follow case Subscribe to the CASE newletter On twitter using the #CASEprog hashtag Read more CASE blogs...

Unlocking CASE data

Sally Staples

, June 25, 2012 —

Cultural Strategy Manager at East Sussex County Council

to help underpin marketing strategies, business plans and those all important funding bids. Follow case Subscribe to the CASE newletter On twitter using the #CASEprog hashtag Read more CASE blogs...

Better decision making with CASE

Javier Stanziola

, March 28, 2012 —

Lecturer in Management and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds

data from representative samples – which CASE has plenty of – should be the preferred option. Follow case Subscribe to the CASE newletter On twitter using the #CASEprog hashtag Read...

Location, location, location?

Orian Brook

, April 19, 2012 — Culture

PhD student at the University of St Andrews

Orian Brook, PhD student at the University of St Andrews, is using CASE in her research to find out if the distance people live from arts venues influences their attendance....

The data trail

John Davies

, April 4, 2012 — Culture

English Heritage’s Economist

...society. Follow case Subscribe to the CASE newletter On twitter using the #CASEprog hashtag Read more CASE blogs Images Sage photo by Wojtek Gurak on Flickr. Some rights reserved. Wembley...

Art for art’s sake?

Claire Donovan

, May 17, 2012 — Culture

Lecturer at Brunel University

Can the language and tools of economics help the case for cultural sector funding? Or is culture a special case with its own rules? Why measure? A central question for...