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Differenti politiche in favore dei cluster: esistono elementi in comune?

  • Elena Mazzeo
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    Differenti politiche in favore dei cluster: esistono elementi in comune? - L’ultimo decennio è stato caratterizzato da un notevole interesse nei confronti del territorio e delle varie forme di agglomerazione di imprese sul territorio (cluster, distretti, poli). Molti Paesi hanno infatti introdotto o stanno introducendo misure politiche, dei governi centrali o delle amministrazioni periferiche (regioni o altro), destinate espressamente a favorire il proliferare o lo sviluppo di distretti o di varie forme di aggregazione industriale sul territorio. Anche in Italia, Paese considerato culla dei distretti industriali, si è recentemente assistito ad una rinnovata attenzione verso le politiche loro destinate. Nello studio si compie una rassegna delle politiche più interessanti messe in atto di recente sia in Europa che in altri Paesi, tentando di mettere in evidenza l’esistenza di tratti in comune. Si conclude che le politiche in favore dei cluster, senza aver elaborato nuovi strumenti, hanno piuttosto integrato e aggiornato quelli esistenti, condividendo un approccio più favorevole al decentramento dell’azione politica loro destinate. Parole chiave: distretti industriali, clusters, politica industriale, competitività, struttura industriale

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    Volume (Year): 2008/23 (2008)
    Issue (Month): 23 ()
    Pages: 87-109

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