ERICarts European Institute for Comparative Cultural Research


Research Teams

The composition of the Research Teams changes on a project to project basis depending on the research requirements, professional fields to be studied, the geographic scope and funding available.

Below is an overview of the experts involved in some of the larger projects co-ordinated by the Institute in recent years. Their collective contributions are at the heart of the Institute's achievements.

Achieving Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts and Culture?

Danielle Cliche and Andreas Wiesand, with additional methodological and editorial assistance from the IFACCA Secretariat

All Talents Count:

A Pilot Study on National Cultural Policies and Measures Supporting Cultural Diversity

Danielle Cliche and Andreas Wiesand
with contributions from Greg Baeker, John Foote, Sharon Jeannotte and Marilyn Smith (Canada), Péter Inkei (Hungary),  Moustapha Tambadou (Senegal), Gerard Hagg, Arlene Grossberg, Mandla Seleoane, Marie Wentzel, Carol Steinberg, Jane Duncan, and Pieter Conradie (South Africa) and Per Svenson and Gudrun Valquist (Sweden)

Compendium of Cultural Policies &Trends in Europe, 14th edition, 2013

Current authors/experts of the national profiles (for alumni and additional members/advisors of Compendium Expert Groups see website):¬† Diana Andreeva (BG), Yulia Antonyan (ARM), Victoria Ateca-Amestoy (SP), Anthony Attard (MT), Els Baeten (Brussels), Svante Beckman (Stockholm), Ewa Bender (PL), Ulrike Blumenreich (DE), Carla and Simona Bodo (IT), L√¶rke Bohlbro (DK), Vladimir Bina (NL), Olexandr Butsenko (UKR), Stefan Capaliku (AL), Chiara Cardogna (SMR), Aida Cengic (BiH), Liviu Chelcea (RO), Vesna ńĆopińć (SI), Costis Dallas (GR), Jean-C√©dric Delvainqui√®re (FR), Peter Duelund (DK), Cristina Farinha (PT), Tatiana Fedorova (RU), Rod Fisher (UK), Marian Fitzgibbon (IRL), John Foote (CDN), Fran√ßoise Gamerdinger (MC), Rui Telmo Gomes (PT), Nino Gunia-Kuznetcova (GEO), Ineke van Hamersveld (NL), Tobias Harding (SE), Delphine Hesters (BE), Franz-Otto Hofecker (AT), Yashar Huseynli (AZE), Dorota Ilczuk (PL), P√©ter Inkei (HU), Joris Janssens (BE), Anna Kanerva (FI), Bard Kleppe (NO), Mikko Lagerspetz (EE), France Lebon (BE), Viktoras Liutkus (LT), Anja Lungstra√ü (AT), Matina Magkou (GR), Per Mangset (NO),¬† Sara Martins (PT), Hristina Mikic (SRB), Ritva Mitchell (FI), Malgorzata Nowak (PL), Nina Obuljen (HR), Andrew Ormston (UK), Thomas¬†Perrin (FR), Pavla Petrov√° (CZ), Kornelia Pfeiffer (LI), Jaka Primorac (HR), Ornela RamaŇ°auskaitńó (LT), Veronika Ratzenboeck (AT), Ranko Risojevic (BiH), Milena Dragicevic-Sesic (SRB), Oksana Shevchenko (UKR), Jeannine Siat (VAT), Norbert Sievers (DE), Martin Smatlak (SK), Ghenadie Sontu (MOL), Nada Svob-Dokic (HR), J√°nos Zolt√°n Szabo (HU), Margaret Tali (EE), Zlatko Teodosievski (FYROM), Baiba Tjarve (LV), Biljana Tomova (BG), Bjarki Valtysson (DK), Ana Villarroya (SP), Christoph Weckerle (CH).

Cooperation in the Creative & Cultural Industries and the 2005 UNESCO Convention

EU-China Workshop 2012


Andreas Wiesand
in collaboration with Michael Söndermann (Arbeitskreis Kulturstatistik, Cologne)

Creative Europe: The Governance and Management of Artistic Creativity in Europe

Core Research Team:  Danielle Cliche (Bonn), Ilkka Heiskanen (Helsinki), Ritva Mitchell (Helsinki), Luca Dal Pozzolo (Turin), Andreas Joh. Wiesand (Bonn)
Individual Experts: Ugo Bacchella (Turin), Christopher Bailey (Newcastle), Svante Beckman (Norrk√∂pping), Cathy Brickwood (Amsterdam), Ingrid Br√ľck (Halle), Ruta Caupova (Riga), Dinah Clarke (Leeds), Stella Coffey (Dublin), Idalina Conde (Lisbon), Vesna ńĆopińć (Ljubljana), Rod Fisher (London), Monika Fleischmann (St. Augustin), Bernhard G√ľnther (Vienna), Robert Harauer (Vienna), Sabine Herholz (Berlin), Michael Huber (Vienna), Dorota Ilczuk (Warsaw), P√©ter Inkei (Budapest), Andrew Kelly (Bristol), Dragan Klaic (Amsterdam), Solvita Krese (Riga), Margrit M√ľller (Bonn), Lisa Parola (Turin), Emmanuelle Richez (Marseille), Alessia Rossi (Turin), Wolfgang J. Ruf (Bonn), Milena Dragicevic Sesic (Belgrade), Wolfgang Strauss (St. Augustin), Elka Tschernokoshewa (Bautzen), Lidia Varbanova (Sofia/Budapest), Dimitrije Vujadinovic (Belgrade), Christoph Weckerle (Zurich)

Cultural Heritage and Creative Resources in the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme

Andreas Wiesand and Olivier Göbel, with additional advice from three regional experts: Vesna

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Cultural Policy Objectives and Measures in the Evolving European Information Society

Danielle Cliche, Ritva Mitchell and Andreas Wiesand
with contributions from Sanjin Dragojevic (Zagreb), Jocelyn Pierre (Paris), Péter Inkei (Budapest), Sabine Addamiano (Italy), Cathy Brickwood (Amsterdam), Rui Telmo Gomes (Lisbon).

Culture-Biz: Locating Women as Film and Book Publishing Professionals in Europe

Elke Baur (B√ľhl), Annette Brinkmann (Bonn), Danielle Cliche (Bonn), Rui Gomes (Lisbon), Robert Harauer (Vienna), Ilkka Heiskanen (Helsinki), Teresa Duarte Martinho (Lisbon), Ritva Mitchell (Helsinki), Maria de Lourdes Lima dos Santos (Lisbon), Carina Sulzer (Vienna), Andreas Wiesand (Bonn).

Culture-Gates: Exposing Professional Gate-keeping Processes in Music and New Media Arts

Annette Brinkmann (Bonn), Patricia Adkins Chiti (Fiuggi), Danielle Cliche (Bonn), Idalina Conde (Lisbon), Robert Harauer (Vienna), Helga Eberherr (Vienna), Monika Fleischmann (St. Augustin), Ilkka Heiskanen (Helsinki), Tuija Kurvinen¬† (Helsinki), Mervi Lehmusoksa (Helsinki), Teresa Duarte Martinho (Lisbon), Elisabeth Mayerhofer (Vienna), Ritva Mitchell (Helsinki), Margrit M√ľller (Bonn), Marita Muukonen (Helsinki), Riikka Pelo (Helsinki), Joao Pinheiro (Lisbon), Maria de Lourdes Lima dos Santos (Lisbon), Andreas Wiesand (Bonn).

Development of the South East Europe 2020 Strategy


Vesna ńĆopińć in collaboration with Andreas Wiesand, Olivier G√∂bel

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