Le politiche per l’invecchiamento attivo in Campania
[Active ageing policy in Campania (Italy)]
AbstractThe paper analysis the active aging policy in Campania. The aim is to descover eventually best practice in the local policies in a Southern region. The paper was commmThe paper analysis the active aging policy in Campania. The aim is to discover some new best practice of local policies in a Southern region with particular attention with the integration between the parties.. The paper was commissioned by Foundation Brodolini in Rome and European Commission - DG Employment, General Affair and Equal Opportunities. The principal results is that there are isolated and sporadic initiative, but they are really appreciated by users. But more important is that even if a vertical integration resulting from hierarchical governance exists, there is no horizontal integration between institutions of equal rank.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 35039.
Date of creation: 2010
Date of revision: 2010
active aging; local analysis; general description;
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