This publication presents a selection of indicators on culture pertaining to cultural employment, international trade in cultural goods, cultural enterprises, cultural participation, use of internet for cultural purposes and private cultural expenditure. In addition it presents some contextual data on students in cultural fields of study, learning languages and international tertiary students’ mobility. Some information about the EU and international initiatives concerning cultural heritage, like the World Heritage List of UNESCO or the European Heritage Label, is comprised as well.
- Corporate author(s): Eurostat (European Commission) Themes: Culture, Statistics
- Subject: cultural cooperation, cultural heritage, cultural policy, cultural promotion, culture, statistics
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