Struttura socio-economica del Comune di Carbonia: analisi del contesto territoriale
[Socio-economic structure of the Municipality of Carbonia: analysis of the territorial context]
AbstractThis paper aims to provide a detailed socio-economic analysis of the town of Carbonia yielding insights which could serve as a stimulus and reflection, in order to guide policy makers to the adoption of public policies that could relaunch the town and the territory, making them more competitive and livable. In order to frame the phenomenon we analyse the dynamics of productivity, income, population and level of education. All those elements are taken as proxies of the quality of life in the municipal territory as well as of the endowment of material and immaterial resources. The study shows a puzzled reality that highlights both the strengths and the limits of the municipality of Carbonia, compared with other Sardinian towns.
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Date of creation: May 2011
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Labor and demographic economy; socio-economic; human capital;
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