Conclusive Considerations to oll Trilogy

  • Franco Archibugi


This chapter analyses in depth the concept, role and the general use of a plan frame of reference (as basis of alternative scenarios) as an inherent tool for the programming approach itself. Frisch’s ‘plan frame’, which we have encountered in the previous parts of the Trilogy, represents the principal tool of the programming approach. Frisch’s plan frame will be referred to as the planning accounting frame (PAF), in order to be more precise, emphasising its quantitative aspect and nature.

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  • Franco Archibugi
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