The new round of urban regeneration and the evolution of active trade policies have led, in different Italian contexts, to a gradual replacement of the sectoral approach linked to the promotion of organic shopping areas with a new integrated management system introduced by urban commercial districts. The presence of a multi-faceted "toolbox" linked to the governance of the region, to town planning and to the public regulation of commercial services, has resulted in some positive cases of concrete collaboration between urban planning and business and between public and private entities, as advocated by the 1998 Reform, coming out of some rhetoric that has often characterized the debate on urban regeneration and the differences between the intermediate bodies.
|Titolo:||Trade and the city: themes and development scenarios|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.1 Contributo in Volume|
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