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La valorizzazione economica del patrimonio artistico delle città d'arte

Il restauro artistico a Firenze
  • Luciana Lazzeretti,
  • Tommaso Cinti,

The volume addresses the issue of the possible economic relevance of the artistic heritage in a city of art - specifically Florence - taking as a concrete example for scientific research purposes the figure of the "artistic restorer" in the double role of economic player and environmental and cultural resource for the city. The empirical study of private companies in this sector, located in the Florentine area, is accompanied and introduced by a broad analysis of the policies for the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage and by the analysis of the economic, non-economic and institutional factors involved.

  • Keywords:
  • Economia,
  • Patrimonio artistico,
  • Beni culturali,
  • Restauro,
  • Firenze,
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Luciana Lazzeretti

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9759-2289

Tommaso Cinti

University of Florence, Italy

LUCIANA LAZZERETTI is currently full professor of Economics and Business Management at the Department of Economics of the University of Florence. She is scientific coordinator of the PhD in Economics and Management of Enterprises and Local Systems and director of the postgraduate course in Economics and Management of Museum Assets. She has mainly dealt with competitive analysis, focusing on sector studies and business strategies through a multidisciplinary approach, with qualitative-quantitative methodologies. She has recently devoted herself to the analysis of competitive dynamics in an evolutionary perspective, both at the sectoral level (tourism and hotel industry) and at the level of "places" (cities of art, industrial districts and cultural districts), mainly using theoretical and analytical instruments of district approaches and organisational ecology. Luciana Lazzeretti is the author of numerous publications; moreover, she carries out an intense research, planning and teaching activity, both at a national and international level. TOMMASO CINTI graduated in Economics and Commerce at the University of Florence. In the academic year 2000/2001 he was tutor of the specialization course in Economics and management of museum assets organised by the Department of Economics of Florence. He currently holds a research fellowship on the economic enhancement of the artistic heritage of Fiesole at the Department of Business Sciences. He also collaborates with the chair of Economics and Management of Industrial Enterprises in research and design activities, with particular reference to the theme of the economy of culture.
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Book Title

La valorizzazione economica del patrimonio artistico delle città d'arte

Book Subtitle

Il restauro artistico a Firenze

Authors

Tommaso Cinti, Luciana Lazzeretti

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194

Publication Year

2001

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© 2001 Author(s)

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CC BY-ND 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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88-8453-013-X

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978-88-5518-994-1

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Studi e saggi

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2704-6478

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2704-5919

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