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Community entrepreneurship and co-production in urban development
Titolo Rivista: TERRITORIO 
Autori/Curatori: Luca Tricarico, Carolina Pacchi 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2018 Fascicolo: 87 Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  9 P. 69-77 Dimensione file:  157 KB
DOI:  10.3280/TR2018-087011
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Looking at different European case studies, this section aims to investigate how and why national and local agendas have embedded community entrepreneurship practices in urban development strategies and which outcomes they have experienced. The twofold objective is to question: (1) the policy rationales behind community entrepreneurship agendas, factors and tools that have promoted entrepreneurial initiatives in urban contexts and how these have determined social and economic developments; (2) new theoretical frameworks able to improve the understanding of community engagement practices and outcomes, bridging the knowledge gap on the relationships between entrepreneurship, citizen participation, and possible urban development agendas.

A partire da una serie di casi studio nel contesto italiano ed europeo, il servizio ha l’obiettivo di indagare il ruolo della ‘community-based entrepreneurship’ nei programmi di sviluppo urbano, discutendo sugli esiti che questa ha determinato. Il duplice obiettivo consiste: (1) nell’approfondire le policy e i settori sperimentati da alcune agende che hanno mirato alla creazione di queste forme di imprenditorialità; (2) nel fornire un quadro teorico capace di descriverne nei dettagli un perimetro di funzionamento, mirando a colmare il divario di conoscenze sulla relazione tripartita tra imprenditorialità, partecipazione dei cittadini e possibili programmi di sviluppo urbano.
Keywords: Impresa di comunità; co-produzione di politiche; cambiamento sociale

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Luca Tricarico, Carolina Pacchi, Impresa di comunità e co-produzione nelle politiche di sviluppo urbano in "TERRITORIO" 87/2018, pp. 69-77, DOI:10.3280/TR2018-087011

   

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