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Premessa Molti studi ormai da tempo hanno affrontato il tema delle piattaforme di lavoro dell’economia collaborativa digitalizzata. Sono stati così approfonditi numerosi aspetti sulla natura e sull’organizzazione produttiva di questa ultima evoluzione della tecnologia impiegata...
RDC | Il governo giallo-verde ha scelto di finanziare politiche per il lavoro e l’inclusione sociale attraverso uno schema di reddito minimo condizionato su base familiare (RdC) per persone in cerca e pensionati (con una apertura...
This article highlights the relationship between labor market deregulation and the number of workers living in absolute poverty in 15 countries of the European Union.
The faculty a recent law has given to the Venice Municipality to establish a day-tripper entrance ticket to the insular/inner city is a new arrival onto the panorama − at least, the Italian panorama − of urban policies. The adoption of a system of differentiated tariffs based on time for the whole range of touristic services (RTZ-pass, tourist tax, museums and exhibitions tickets and so on) appears hence to be a more suitable and viable tool.
In recent months, the focus on blockchain - the technology created to encourage online cryptocurrency exchange like Bitcoin - has grown exponentially among scholars and politicians. Blockchain is a particular type of distributed ledger written by decentralized, usually anonymous groups of agents rather than known centralized parties. Consensus is attained by making the ledger publicly viewable and verifiable. While some characterize the blockchain’s state-of-the-art as a ‘speculative vision’, others seem to agree that its only limitation is the imagination of the user community. In this paper we try to understand if the characteristics of blockchain can be useful to tackle and solve the main problems related to the use of an important category of economic goods: the common goods.
As it is well known the notion of tragedy of the commons prefigures a conflict on the appropriation levels of resources that are non-excludable and rival (natural resources, such as forests, fisheries, and other renewable, or human-made resources, as irrigation systems, information goods, etc.). Tragedy occurs if those resources will be overused or even exhausted by rational, utility-maximizing individuals rather than conserved for the benefit of all. In this paper we show that in the presence of immediate and shared information on the potential capacity of a common along a given time period, as well as adequate feedback on individual behavior, significant antirivality and inclusiveness phenomena could take place. In these cases tragedy could be avoided.