During the next EU programming, Italy will suggest to commit a substantial portion of the funds to the development of the inland areas. This will happen through a structured program that will interact, since its start-up, with the local subjects in order to combine and to bind the development with the territory.The maintenance of the territory together with the involvement of the local communities focus the attention on the management of the common goods. The debate is still open and the inland areas policy which is built up by the Department for Development and Economic Cohesion (formerly the Department for Development Policy and Cohesion) of the Ministry of Economic Development, does not face the legal recognition of the common properties as such (see the works of Rodotà’s commission), but it acknowledges their public utility through the practice of the development policies and the funding channels.
|Numero di pagine||7|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|