Metodologie di valutazione dei potenziali di sviluppo logistico economico del territorio: il modello ACIT
The paper presents a model of economic and logistics analysis - ACIT - aimed at assessing potential logistic development that have the territory and metropolitan areas in particular. The model is developed as part of a research funded by the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport to Department of Economics of University of Naples Federico II. The potential factor of logistic development has been assessed at provincial and regional levels through the measurement of indicators related to economic variables recorded by official sources for each context. The model used considers the explanatory variables of spatial attributes that express the degree of attractiveness, competitiveness, connectivity and potential strategic development of the territory, acting on several actions/levers for logistics development. Indicators of transportation, logistical and spatial attributes were included in specifics data-set developed with reference to each lever in question.
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