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Le emergenze umanitarie complesse

Un'introduzione
  • Nicolò Bellanca,

The main contemporary crisis situations concern ecology, public health, markets, technology and war. They now manifest themselves not simply as sectoral crisis (of the economy, finance, environment, and so on), but as complex humanitarian emergencies. This volume examines these issues from the perspective of two theoretical categories: that of tragic choices (which escape the negotiation logic of the more-or-less, tending to the violent logic of all-or-nothing) and that of global collective action (which aims to build or safeguard non-excludable goods that cross borders and generations). The goal is to make the reader think about the multiple but complementary ways in which these emergencies can be faced "by transforming the terms of the tragic choices and encouraging the emergence of global collective actions".

  • Keywords:
  • Economia,
  • Ambiente,
  • Inquinamento,
  • Tecnologia,
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Nicolò Bellanca

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-3809-3455

Nicolò Bellanca, associate professor of Applied Economics, teaches Crisis Economics and Democracy, Poverty and Development at the Faculty of Economics of Florence.
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Book Title

Le emergenze umanitarie complesse

Book Subtitle

Un'introduzione

Authors

Nicolò Bellanca

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2005

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© 2005 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-8453-315-9

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Strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca

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