Patti territoriali per l’occupazione in Italia: una valutazione dal punto di vista degli stakeholder
AbstractIn this paper, through an empirical-inductive approach, the authors attempt to understand whether and under what conditions partnership and local agencies for development are able to build up and legitimise the role of effective and per- sistent support for social and economic development of an established territory. The study, carried out from a stakeholder point of view, focuses on the Italian experience of the Territorial Employment Pacts (TEPs), an interesting laboratory of local development launched in 1997 by the European Commission. During a ten-year implementation this experience has reached relevant results, both in terms of realised investments and new occupation created, in comparison with those of other instruments and policies of local development.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2011-12)
Issue (Month): 37-38 ()
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territorial employment pacts; stakeholder; partnership; local development agencies;
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