The Impacts of Valletta 2018 – Evaluation & Monitoring
This interdisciplinary, longitudinal research process maps out the impacts of the European Capital of Culture title in Valletta.
The Valletta 2018 Foundation’s Evaluation & Monitoring research plan enables the Foundation to assess the success, or otherwise, of the process in a consistent, accessible and comparable manner.
The Foundation has set up an Evaluation & Monitoring Steering Committee to monitor and evaluate the impacts of Valletta as a European Capital of Culture. The Steering Committee is composed of four public entities (Economic Policy Department, Jobsplus, Malta Tourism Authority, and National Statistics Office) and five researchers, conducting research of a quantitative and qualitative nature. The research plan runs for the period of 2015-2019.
The research plan is structured around 5 research themes, each containing a range of separate studies.