By Michael Dunford
After the 3 Italies develops a brand new political economic system method of the research of comparative neighborhood improvement and the territorial department of labour and exemplifies it via an up to date account of Italian business switch and nearby monetary performance.Responds to fresh theoretical debates in monetary geography, concerning economists, geographers and planners. Builds the rules for a brand new theoretical method of local fiscal improvement and the territorial department of labour. attracts at the result of a contemporary ESRC funded learn venture, in addition to on a wide variety of legit facts units. offers an up to date photo of Italy‘s financial functionality and of its contemporary improvement relative to different eu nations and the remainder of the area. Analyses Italy's inner differentiation and its chronic local inequalities. Examines the local influence of the hot evolution of the automobile, chemical substances, metal and garments industries. results in a brand new and extra complicated photo of Italian improvement.
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Additional resources for After the Three Italies: Wealth, Inequality and Industrial Change (Rgs-Ibg Book Series)
As Sayer (1997) argued, economic forces are especially important in contemporary life. The importance of economic analysis should not therefore be underestimated. The new economic geography of the economists (henceforth called, after Martin and Sunley (2001), geographical economics) offered yet another way of seeing the processes that shape economic landscapes. Within this tradition, emphasis is on the interaction of economies of scale, inputoutput relations and markets in creating economic agglomerations.
In particular, this volume aims to provide (1) a new way of conceptualizing industrial change and regional development, that synthesizes some of the major insights of recent research, (2) a way of connecting aggregate/meso trends with micro developments and (3) a framework applicable to the analysis of place-specific change in other parts of the world. The Structure of the Book After an account in Chapter 2 of recent theories of comparative development and territorial economic organization, Chapter 3 presents a conceptual framework for the analysis of regional economic performance and the changing social and territorial division of labour.
What struck observers, however, was the fact that the regional economies of the centre-northeast grew quite rapidly, as the metropolitan economies of the northwest lost momentum, and as the south stagnated and came to be identified with economic inefficiency, corruption and crime. A great deal of attention was subsequently paid to these models and their role in shaping Italy’s performance in the 1970s and 1980s. As well as the literature on the Three Italies, there were studies of Italy’s industrial districts (Garofoli, 1991; Dei Ottati, 1995), and of the models afforded by particular regional economies, such as the classic Emilia-Romagna model.
After the Three Italies: Wealth, Inequality and Industrial Change (Rgs-Ibg Book Series) by Michael Dunford