Il "modello Emilia": disintegrazione produttiva e integrazione sociale
AbstractThis paper comments the Sebastiano Brusco's well known essay on the "Emilian model" here reissued. Brusco's essay presents a dynamic analysis of the interaction between the productive structure, the labour market, and the main political institutions in Emilia-Romagna. Focused on localized processes of productive disintegration counterbalanced by social integration, the "Emilian model" - codified at the beginning of the 1980s - has experienced meaningful changes over time. These changes concern: a) networks of relationships between interconnected businesses, which have experienced a relative disruption of their internal information flows, b) technical and vocational education, which has encountered increasing difficulties in the linking between schools and firms with a negative impact on the re-generation of professional skills, c) innovation policies, which led to a decrease in the role of local and intermediate institutions.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2011-12)
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productive decentralization; social integration; inter-firm co-operation; Emilia-Romagna;
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