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Organisational models for implementing resilient collaborative communities afterdisasters. The city of Macerata in the aftermath of the earthquake

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Organisational models for implementing resilient collaborative communities afterdisasters. The city of Macerata in the aftermath of the earthquake
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titolo Organisational models for implementing resilient collaborative communities afterdisasters. The city of Macerata in the aftermath of the earthquake
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fascicolo Azienda pubblica - 2019 - 2
editore Maggioli Editore
pubblicazione 01/2019
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L’obiettivo generale di questo articolo è quello di fornire informazioni sull’importanza dell’organizzazione come fattore strategico nella creazione di modelli innovativi di territori di governo a seguito di disastri. Più nello specifico, lo studio cercherà di dimostrare se le comunità locali, colpite da disastri, possono comunque trarre beneficio da luoghi e spazi per costruire misure resilienti (Mitchell et al., 2013). Tenendo conto delle condizioni critiche che sono seguite ai terremoti del 2016 e del 2017 nella città di Macerata, questo caso studio dimostrerà che lo sviluppo di partenariati intra e inter-organizzativi tra tutti i settori della comunità, in situazioni di urgenza, è fondamentale e propritario per costruire comunità sostenibili, resilienti e durature.

L’objectif général de cet article est de fournir des informations sur l’importance de l’organisation en tant que facteur stratégique dans la création de modèles novateurs de territoires gouvernants à la suite de catastrophes. Plus spécifiquement, cette étude l’étude va essayer de prouver si les communautés locales, touchées par les catastrophes, pourraient également toujours bénéficier de lieux et d’espaces pour renforcer la résilience (Mitchell et al., 2013). Tenant compte des conditions critiques àpres les tremblements de terre de 2016 et 2017 dans la ville de Macerata, cette étude démontrera que le développement de partenariats intra et inter-organisationnels entre tous les secteurs de la communauté, dans des situations d’urgence, est la priorité pour la construction de communautés viables de manière résiliente et durables.
The overall aim of this article is to provide knowledge on the importance of organisation as a strategic factor in creating innovative models of governing territories following disasters. More specifically, the effort is to understand if local communities, damaged by disasters, could still benefit from places and spaces for action and, at the same time, are able to take contingent measures to build resilience (Mitchell et al., 2013). Bearing in mind the critical conditions at the aftermath of 2016 and 2017 earthquakes that hit the city of Macerata, this case-study will also demonstrate that development of intra and inter-organizational partnerships amongst all community‘s sectors, under emergency circumstances, is the main priority for building resiliently viable and sustainable communities.
 

Biografia degli autori

Alessandra Ricciardelli

Alessandra Ricciardelli, PhD in Economics and Management of Natural Resources at LUM University is lecturer in Economics and Management of Smart Cities at LUM University. She is also Adjunct Professor in Organisational Studies. In the LUM School of Management, she is a Scientific Coordinator of several post-graduate Master courses related to Public Administration issues. Her research interests are: organisations, networks, public governance, Smart Communities.

Francesco Manfredi

Francesco Manfredi, PhD in Economics and Management at Bocconi University, is Full Professor of Public Management at LUM University. He is Dean at LUM School of Management and Scientific Director of several post-graduate Master programmes at University LUM Jean Monnet. His research interests are focused on Public and Non Profit Management, in particular Community Governance, Smart Community and Community Regeneration.

Margaret Antonicelli

Margaret Antonicelli, PhD in Economics and Demography of big Geographical Areas at the University of Bari, is Lecturer in Econometrics at the University LUM Jean Monnet. She is also Data Analyst Researcher at LUM Enterprise, a newly setup spin-off within the University LUM Jean Monnet. Her research interests are focused on economic indicators and performance analysis.

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