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Social innovation and natural disasters: the "Casa Italia" Plan
Autori/Curatori: Francesco Pagliacci, Margherita Russo, Laura Sartori 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2017 Fascicolo: 113  Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  16 P. 87-102 Dimensione file:  643 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2017-113006
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This article critically reads the Plan "Casa Italia" in light of a Social Innovation approach combined with a socio-economic perspective, underlying the main challenges the Plan faces to be effectively implemented. It also discusses some policy implications. The Plan could serve as an efficient tool for social innovation only when it integrates a socio-economic perspective within its dominant engineering and technical matrix.

L’articolo offre una lettura critica del Piano "Casa Italia" alla luce degli studi di Social In-novation e di una prospettiva socio-economica. Il contributo mette a fuoco le principali sfide che il Piano deve affrontare per una sua efficace implementazione e delinea alcune implicazioni per le politiche pubbliche. Il piano può rappresentare un efficiente strumento di innovazione sociale quando riuscirà ad integrare una prospettiva socio-economica all’interno della sua ma-trice tecnico-ingegneristica.
Keywords: Resilienza territoriale, processo, innovazione sociale, disastri, riduzione del ri-schio, prevenzione

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Francesco Pagliacci, Margherita Russo, Laura Sartori, Innovazione sociale e disastri naturali: il Piano "Casa Italia" in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 113/2017, pp. 87-102, DOI:10.3280/SUR2017-113006


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