Category: Arts – Arts Policy, Management and Advocacy


Integrative Public Policy on Sustainable Development in Egypt’s Mega Projects

The article explores the role of integrative public policy on delivering sustainable development by assessing the performance of public mega projects. Research methods use a literature review analysis on previous articles, policy and country briefs, and theory to discuss integrative public policy in a sustainable development context. The article engages in a case study analysis


Why Do People Not Attend Arts Events? The Influence of Perceived Risks and Level of Involvement

Many governments invest in arts events such as performing arts, visual arts, and so on to support the tourism industry’s development and improve the quality of citizen’s life. The number of participants is one of the criteria to evaluate the success of the investment. Previous studies have revealed that perceived risks influence the consumer decision