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ESTERNALITA’ TERRITORIALI E CONSEGUENZE DI POLICY.

Camatti, Nicola (2010) ESTERNALITA’ TERRITORIALI E CONSEGUENZE DI POLICY. PhD Thesis , Università degli Studi di Ferrara.

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    Abstract

    This work addresses the topic of so-called territorial externalities. After recalling the main definitions of this concept in Chapter I, an initial attempt is made to establish the taxonomy of the various externalities that may affect and identity a territory. Chapter II focuses on the role of "externalities of knowledge" in long-term economic growth processes. Chapter III highlights how, on the basis of current theoretical and empirical scientific contributions, no definite order of importance emerges between the dynamic externalities of specialisation or urbanisation that attempt to explain the growth and performance of certain territories. The consequences in terms of economic policies geared towards proactively exploiting the contribution of these territorial externalities are discussed in Chapter IV by highlighting one of the main challenges of the "social planner", i.e. that of considering the total net effects generated as a whole by the totality of the externalities that characterise a specific target area, as well as research into a "good social balance".

    Item Type:Thesis (PhD Thesis)
    Date:31 March 2010
    Tutor:Franz, Gianfranco
    Coordinator:Zambon, Stefano
    Institution:Università degli Studi di Ferrara
    PhD:XXII Anno 2007 > ECONOMIA
    Divisions:Dipartimento > Architettura
    Subjects:Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura > ICAR/20 Tecnica e pianificazione urbanistica
    Uncontrolled Keywords:esternalità territoriali, esternalità statiche e dinamiche, crescita endogena, esternalità di conoscenza, governance , territorial externalities, static and dynamic externalities, endogenous growth, knowledge externalities
    Deposited on:26 Jul 2010 09:20

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