The Lazio Region is carrying out a re-industrialization policy following the Europe 2020 targets for economic growth, known as Smart Specialization Strategy (S3). This paper frames industrial policy settings dating back to the second half of the 20th Century in the light of current processes and institutional efforts to set a new season for Industry in Lazio Region. Subsequently, relying upon demographic and socio-economic dynamics over the last two decades, new features in settlement patterns and sector-specific obstacles to sustainable development are addressed with a major focus on the Metropolitan area of Rome (the former Province of Rome). In conclusion, some remarks are drawn mindful of the new globalization wave affecting ‘supply chains’ of goods and business services from all over the world, of current trends and innovative approaches liable to envisage ‘territory’ as an opportunity rather than a cost. Difficulties in making different opinions to converge are evident. The proper ground to make it happen should be prepared by a governance able to support place-based inherent ‘entrepreunerial discovery processes’, while providing negotiating practices framed by general and sectoral policies, and communication approaches to ensure transparency and participation of public at large.
|Titolo:||Towards implementing S3. Current Dynamics and Obstacles in the Lazio Region|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||Lelo, K., & Palazzo, A.L. (2017). Towards implementing S3. Current Dynamics and Obstacles in the Lazio Region. In Proceedings of the International Research Conference Shaping Tomorrow’s Built Environment: Construction and Design for the Modern World (pp.1-10). Manchester : Salford University.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|