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The New Regional Policies Implemented in Partnerships in Italy

  • Luigi Burroni

Abstract

Since the beginning of the 1980s firms in advanced economies began a radical process of restructuring of their productive organisation. The Fordist model of division of labour was replaced by a more fragmented system, based on inter-firms networks; until then goods were produced entirely ‘inside’ a single large firm, while with the new models of production goods were the outcome of the cooperation of several firms (often of medium and small scale).

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Social Capital Regional Policy Private Investment Local Development Private Actor 
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