Over the last 25 years both the LEADER initiative and the PRODER programs have sought to reduce territorial disparities between urban and rural areas and between rural areas which are dynamic and depressed, while at the same time contributing to the incorporation of new principles into recent neo‐development theories – endogenous. One of its main objectives, rebalancing, "allowing populations especially weakened or located in areas of the declining territory also benefit from the opportunities presented," has not been achieved as was borne out in previous studies at local, regional and regional level for the province of Granada and Andalusia with the data of the period 2002‐08. Our aim is to see if the distribution of Leader Axis investments during the period 2007‐2013 has been concentrated in the most dynamic rural areas while the deepest and most depressed rural is left out. Comparing the cases of Andalusia, Spain, and Puglia, Italy. For this purpose, the list of projects implemented during the period 2007‐2013 provided by both the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Region of Puglia will be used as a source of basic information.
|Titolo:||¿LA PRÁCTICA DEL DESARROLLO RURAL GENERA DESEQUILIBRIO TERRITORIAL? EL CASO DE LEADER EN EL SUR DE EUROPA: ANDALUCÍA (ESPAÑA) Y PUGLIA (ITALIA 2007‐ 2013)|
BELLIGGIANO, Angelo [Writing – Original Draft Preparation]
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|