Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:56    |    
    Current situation of antiquities
    • Protection of cultural heritage
    • Common property of antiquities
      • Non renewable resources
      • Opposition to antiquities collectors
      • Dynamic cultural legacy
  • 12:13    |    
    The tragedy of the commons
    • Political management agency
    • Private property
    • Allocation of resources
    • Political corruption
    • Tradeoffs and opportunities
    • Knowledge and technology
    • The Industrial Revolution and personal incentives
    • Equity
    • Property rights in archaeological sites
  • 25:17    |    
    Evolution of cultural property rights
    • Early property rights
    • Effect of collectivist ideologies
    • Negative consequences of capitalism
      • Antagonist intellectual morality
      • Exploitation theories
      • Intellectuals as bureaucrats
    • Alternative solutions to property rights
      • Native societies
      • Regulations
      • Treaties
      • Taxes
      • Tourism
      • Cultural adoption
      • The "pirate horde" idea
      • Catalogs
    • Lessons form n Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • 43:37    |    
    Questions
    • How can a market and property rights protect cultural artifacts?
    • Commentary: Illegal trade and informal markets
    • How can the legalization of illegal trade protect cultural artifacts?
    • Could the innovation made on El Mirador Project be useful to the preservation of cultural assets?
    • Since investment in archaeology is high, who would be interested in cultural property rights?
  • 01:03:49    |    
    Conclusions
  • 01:05:44    |    
    Final credits


Protecting Antiquities through Markets

New Media  | 04 de noviembre de 2006  | Vistas: 1915

Credits

Protecting Antiquities through Markets
Seminary "Human Nature: Destructive or Creative?"
Fred L. Smith, Jr.

Business School EN - 601
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, November 4, 2006

A New MediaUFM production. November, 2006
Camera 1: Alexander Arauz; camera 2: Sergio Miranda; digital editing: Alexander Arauz; index: Christiaan Ketelaar; publication: Pedro David España



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Fred L. Smith, Jr. is the President and Founder of the…