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dc.contributor.authorBlasutig, Gabrieleit
dc.date.accessioned2022-02-02T17:41:11Z-
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dc.date.issued2021-
dc.identifier.citationGabriele Blasutig, "Industrial Districts in Transition: A Commentary/Distretti industriali in movimento: un commento" in: "Poliarchie/Polyarchies volume 4 n. 2/2021", EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, Trieste, 2021, pp. 261-271it
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10077/33386-
dc.description.abstractThe economist Mosconi and the sociologist Carrosio adhere to the tradition of studies concerning industrial districts. They discuss the case of Carpi with a broader scope, that is the evaluation of the present and future of the industrial districts. They take into consideration not only the general trends that have been profoundly transforming these systems for at least twenty years, but also the pandemic crisis in progress. While Mosconi’s proposal seems to focus above all on specialized and technical training, closely linked to products and production processes, Carrosio emphasizes the growing role of the “third sector”, that involves various functions and professional roles, distinct from those directly or indirectly connected to the creation of the product.it
dc.description.abstractL’economista Mosconi e il sociologo Carrosio aderiscono alla tradizione degli studi sui distretti industriali. Discutono il caso di Carpi con uno scopo pi  ampio, cioè  la valutazione del presente e del futuro dei distretti industriali. Prendono in considerazione non solo le tendenze generali che da almeno vent’anni stanno trasformando profondamente questi sistemi, ma anche la crisi pandemica in atto. Mentre la proposta di Mosconi sembra puntare soprattutto sulla formazione specialistica e tecnica, strettamente legata ai prodotti e ai processi produttivi, Carrosio sottolinea il ruolo crescente del “terzo settore”, che coinvolge diverse funzioni e ruoli professionali, distinti da quelli direttamente o indirettamente collegati la creazione del prodotto.it
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dc.publisherEUT Edizioni Università di Triesteit
dc.relation.ispartofPoliarchie / Polyarchiesit
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dc.subjectIndustrial districtsit
dc.subjectProduction processesit
dc.subjectEconomy and Societyit
dc.subjectThird Sectorit
dc.subjectCarpiit
dc.subjectDistretti industrialiit
dc.subjectprocessi produttiviit
dc.subjecteconomia e societàit
dc.subjectterzo settoreit
dc.subjectCarpiit
dc.titleIndustrial Districts in Transition: A Commentaryit
dc.title.alternativeDistretti industriali in movimento: un commentoit
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dc.identifier.doi10.13137/2611-2914/33386-
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