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Diseguaglianze e discontinuità nel governo delle grandi metropoli. Un’agenda di ricerca
Titolo Rivista: TERRITORIO 
Autori/Curatori: Patrick Le Galès, Tommaso Vitale 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2015 Fascicolo: 74  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  11 P. 7-17 Dimensione file:  237 KB
DOI:  10.3280/TR2015-074001
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Il saggio suggerisce che la connessione tra la governance metropolitana e le disuguaglianze consente di considerare queste ultime non solo come un esito delle politiche ma anche come componente del modo in cui le stesse vengono implementate. Superando una visione razionale o positivista della governance, sosteniamo che i processi di governo delle città non siano mai né completi né lineari: sono in continua costruzione e producono significative differenze nelle diverse città e nel corso del tempo. L’analisi sistematica della letteratura mostra la necessità di descrivere e documentare in modo sinergico 1) il modo in cui i processi di governance agiscono in relazione ai progetti di sviluppo urbano e all’implementazione delle politiche pubbliche e 2) cosa questo comporti in termini di disuguaglianze


Keywords: Diseguaglianze; metropoli; sociologia

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