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The Challenges For The Next Decade: Notes On The Debate On The Development Of The Emilia-Romagna Region

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  • Margherita Russo
  • Giorgio Allari
  • Silvano Bertini
  • Paolo Bonaretti
  • Elio De Leo
  • Giuseppe Fiorani
  • Gianni Rinaldini

Facing exogenous changes and endogenous impasses, Emilia-Romagna, one of the richest regions in Europe, is undergoing transformation. In this paper, we outline the dynamics of change at the regional level, both in the changes in the interrelationships among the major actors, and the emergence of new phenomena such as demographic trends. Regional policy measures to foster local development are sketched by focusing on industrial policy, transport infrastructure plans and policy measures on learning processes, as they emerge in the changes undertaken at regional level in technical and vocational education.

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Paper provided by Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge in its series Working Papers with number wp176.

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Date of creation: Sep 2000
Handle: RePEc:cbr:cbrwps:wp176
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  1. Russo, Margherita, 1996. "Units of investigation for local economic development policies," MPRA Paper 2016, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  2. Margherita Russo & Paola Mengoli, 1998. "Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Italy: Structure and Changes at National and Regional Level," Department of Economics 0255, University of Modena and Reggio E., Faculty of Economics "Marco Biagi".
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