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Cultural Welfare

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Cultural welfare: Evidence shown that cultural consumption affect the perception of individual well-being. This beneficial effect emphasizes the significance of cultural participation as a critical tool for  innovative preventive strategy.

If cultural participation strongly affects the perception of well-being of the ill and the elderly, and provided that welfare treatment costs are one of the major sources of public finance deficits in the EU, it is possible that through a suitable culturally-oriented, if this causes even a small reduction of the rates of hospitalization and of the resort to treatment across these categories, there could be a huge saving of public resources that could, at the same time, finance the program itself, be partially relocated to other uses and substantially improve the level of life satisfaction of categories of citizens in critical conditions. And again, the indirect macroeconomic effects of this spillover effect are likely to be substantial.

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