Nearly all IFLA papers are now available from the central IFLA web site.
To find papers on a particular topic, you have to wade through the lot, however. For convenience, therefore, I’ve simply copied (cut-and-pasted) the links to the cultural heritage statistics papers.
Statistics for cultural heritage
IRMHILD SCHÄFER (Bavarian State Library, Munich, Germany)
- Statistical tools for the evaluation of preservation needs
ALISON WALKER and JULIA FOSTER (British Library, London, UK)
- The project NUMERIC: statistics for the digitisation of the European cultural heritage
ROSWITHA POLL (Münster, Germany)
- Digital cultural heritage in the Netherlands: collecting statistics on production investments, and use
TRILCE NAVARRETE HERNÁNDEZ and FRANK HUYSMANS (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Measuring usage of cultural heritage documents; The German project Open Access Statistics
MATTHIAS SCHULZE (University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany)
- Metrics and strategies for Web Heritage management and preservation
EMMANUELLE BERMÈS and GILDAS ILLIEN (National Library of France, Paris, France)
- The DISCmap project: Digitisation of Special Collections: mapping, assessment, prioritisation
MILENA DOBREVA (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK) et al.
- Museum statistical data in Germany and Europe
MONIKA HAGEDORN-SAUPE and AXEL ERMERT (Institute for Museum Research, Berlin, Germany)