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Anno LIV, n. 224, gennaio-aprile 2019
Starting from the concepts of social economy and common goods, the article analyzes the potential that organizations and initiatives locally embedded can represent in the path to an “other” economy, more careful to the ethical, social and environmental dimensions. Territorial identity is a community resource on which to rely on to deal with adverse conditions, as in the case of initiatives to combat organized crime (the use of assets confiscated to the mafia), but also the fulcrum of a new cultural and civil paradigm capable of generating social value.