[automatically translated] For many years the economic and social programming for the South is geared to the declination of development policies for the support of the local systems in dealing with the economic crisis that crosses the entire country and threatens the whole of Europe. The territory, an area of facilities, infrastructure and landscapes, is now seen as the point of intersection of flows of finances and expertise as well as an environment in which you can evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of policies for innovation in ways of governance and governance to overcome the cyclical periods of crisis and remove structural barriers to interregional cohesion among member states. Because the development policies to be effective it is necessary that their actions in the territories is integrated within them and between them. Spatial planning is likely to be exceeded by a multitude of instruments that have taken on a vague and abstract approach to the perceived territory and insight from paper templates and essentially indifferent to the specificities of the places in the physical sense, and especially compared to the morphological structure of the territorial systems. This book aims to bring a first contribution to rediscover the meaning and usefulness of a dialogue which to date seems interrupted between the various disciplines concerned with social organization and the environment, in particular between urban planning and economy, proposing a decisive new reflective and adaptive orientation of central and local development policies in the context of the project culture and logic of territorialiste planning.
|Number of pages||176|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Name||urbanistica - documenti|