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Imprese e opere sociali e assistenziali: un profilo storiografico

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  • Valerio Varini

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  • Patrizio Tirelli

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  • Jelle Visser

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La necessità di comprendere nella storia dell’impresa il tema del welfare rappresenta una finalità alquanto ambiziosa. Essa nasce da una molteplicità di suggestioni. A cominciare dalla sorprendente e duratura offerta di opere di sociali e di assistenza a favore dei propri addetti, oltre che da una crescente riflessione storiografica relativa alle motivazioni e ai risultati conseguiti dalle imprese nell’erogazione di tali servizi. Pertanto si intende dapprima presentare una teoria d’impresa utile a cogliere il valore non solo economico del welfare aziendale. Di seguito vengono considerate due recenti sintesi storiografiche della business history utili a chiarire i termini della questione dibattuta, ed infine un loro confronto per segnalare l’emergere di nuove e differenti sensibilità attorno al tema del welfare.

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  • Valerio Varini & Patrizio Tirelli & Jelle Visser, 2010. "Imprese e opere sociali e assistenziali: un profilo storiografico," Working Papers 188, University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Economics, revised Jun 2010.
  • Handle: RePEc:mib:wpaper:188
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    welfare; teoria d’impresa; storia d’impresa; paternalismo; opere assistenziali; opere sociali; comunità; lavoro.;

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