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    Title: The role of cultural heritage in the evolution of the luxury concept and the luxury industry : a comparison between France and China
    Other Titles: 文化遺產在精品概念及精品市場演進的角色 : 法國與中國之比較
    Authors: 林培夢;Lim, Pierre-mong
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系國際企業學碩士班
    蔡進丁;Tsai, Ching-ting
    Keywords: 精品概念;精品市場;法國;中國;文化遺產;Luxury concept;luxury industry;China;France;cultural heritage
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:45:59 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 法國與中國在文化遺產方面的比較,少於一百頁,先不管題目是什麼,在這裡我要作一個宣布!雖然題目講到精品概念,但講到概念,恐怕也只能做出不夠完整並枯燥的解釋。題目也講到精品市場,但對於那些期待看到一個精品市場分析和數據百分率等資料的人,恐怕這不是一個那樣的研究,我把經濟方面的分析留給專業人士去做,這篇論文中只有很少的數據資料。如果論文中有使用一小部份數字資料,那是因為市場的演變使我必須去看這些數據。
    “A comparison between France and China”, on the ground of cultural heritage in….less than a 100 pages: whatever the topic is, here is a quite pretentious announcement! The title says “luxury concept”, but in the regard of a concept, what more can a comparison do than establish a separate and flat description? The title also says “luxury industry” but it might be deceptive for those who would expect a comparative study of the luxury market, percentages and formula: I am leaving the economic and financial analysis of the industry to the specialists, this thesis makes very little use of such data. If there is a short part which relies on figures, it is more because of the evolution of the sector towards marketing that made me have to look at these data. So, what is this thesis about, if the undertaking of a comparison is too partial and if the market analysis is too technical? What this work has to offer is firstly a modest but concise pattern for the understanding of how tradition and innovation, social and artistic evolution, political decisions, in brief: cultural heritage shaped the idea of luxury and the evolution of its industry in each country. The concept comes first and the industry second, but these two are intimately tied. Hence, this is also and mainly a work about the interactions in the couple formed by luxury concept and industry. It is only after the understanding of this relation’s chemistry, that I shall allow myself an observation of similarities and dissemblance and, why not, a comparison. Of course, at a certain stage of this thesis, conclusions will have to be drawn: at this moment, both writer and reader should be aware, in the first place, of the temporary nature of these conclusions and secondly, of their inevitable subjectivity.
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