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Distretti calzaturieri in crisi: cause del declino e strategie di rinnovamento

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  • Mauro Capestro
  • Elisabetta Tarantino
  • Fabrizio Morgangni
  • Eleonora Tricarico
  • Gianluigi Guido
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    Il presente studio, di natura esplorativa, si propone di analizzare le cause interne a un distretto calzaturiero che hanno aggravato la situazione di crisi determinata dalla globalizzazione dei mercati determinando il quasi-dissolvimento dello stesso distretto. Attraverso il metodo delle interviste in profondità, sono stati analizzati i contenuti dei protocolli su un campione di attori del distretto calzaturiero di Casarano, in provincia di Lecce. Dall’analisi delle interviste effettuate è emersa una realtà organizzativa con forti limiti relazionali e collaborativi, oltre ad una carenza formativo-operativa. Lo studio pone le basi per la definizione di una politica strategica che punti all’introduzione delle cosiddette agenzie Knowledge Intensive Business Services (Kibs) in grado di migliorare il sistema relazionale tra gli attori del distretto attraverso l’erogazione di servizi innovativi e di nuova conoscenza, al fine di promuoverne il rilancio dello stesso. I limiti della ricerca sono da attribuire alla sua natura esplorativa, e quindi qualitativa, giacché i risultati ottenuti derivano da un procedimento induttivo-interpretativo.

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    Volume (Year): 2014/1 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 187-212

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