UCL Public Policy


Defining R&D for the arts and cultural sectors – A white paper

A small grant from Public Policy was provided to support this work by our UCL community to enhance policy engagement and impact.

4 February 2020

Project information

Grant: Engagement Award 
Awarded amount: £4,000
Awardees: Dr Elizabeth Lomas, UCL Information Studies

Problem: Insufficient incentives to promote R&D in the arts and cultural sectors

Project: A UCL/NESTA white paper to make recommendations on R&D tax breaks for the arts and cultural sectors

Policy audience: HM Treasury; Department for Culture, Media & Sport; Department for Business, Innovation & Skills; the Arts & Humanities Research Council; Innovate UK


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