An impact evaluation framework: Local government community festivals

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Wood, EH;

This article brings together the author's previous research and consultancy along with a review of literature from several disciplines to develop a framework that summarizes the concepts, methods, and processes required to successfully evaluate the impacts of local gove... View more
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