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The European Intangible Gastronomical Heritage Project


Vahag D’Ambrosi

London school of Economics and Political Science, GB
About Vahag
MSc in European and International Public Policy, Class of 2021, The London School of Economics and Political Science
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The policy study of the European Intangible Gastronomical Heritage Project will begin with an analysis of the rationale behind the policy project. I conduct an in-depth analysis of the current policy failures to better understand the proposed solution. This policy report will then introduce the current policy framework at the EU level regarding the relevant fields impacted by the policy before proceeding to analyze the proposed policy solution. The report will elaborate on the feasibility of the policy and the benefits that will derive from it for the European market and the European consumer while discussing which stakeholders stand to lose from it. The implications section will explain how the policy would align with the European green deal and address sustainability concerns. This policy report will rely on secondary data from existing research and the EU’s readily available data.
How to Cite: D’Ambrosi, V., 2022. The European Intangible Gastronomical Heritage Project. The Public Sphere: Journal of Public Policy, 10(1).
Published on 20 Apr 2022.
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  • The European Intangible (EN)

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