In the last decades much attention has been dedicated to the interpretation of relevant phenomena in the socio-economic field, highlighting the need of general frameworks of reference for the governance of sustainability and often recurring to the Elkington’s triple bottom line and the Etzkowitz’s triple-helix representations as reference models. In front of a massive scientific production that points out criteria and method of the model, the theory could seem less rich of applications and examples, especially in the field of the inquiry defined by sustainability. In this work, our aim is to provide a little contribution to cover this gap by (1) drawing a more general view from the triple bottom line; (2) highlighting a ‘triple-helix’ functioning in the triple bottom line as represented in the triple helix of sustainability; (3) providing an example, very actual and important, and some general reasoning related to the use of the model as a possible reference in the basic understanding of the complexity of governance for sustainability.
|Titolo:||Governance for sustainability: a triple-helix model|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Citazione:||Governance for sustainability: a triple-helix model / Scalia, Massimo; Barile, Sergio; Saviano, Marialuisa; Farioli, Franca. - In: SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE. - ISSN 1862-4065. - STAMPA. - 13:5(2018), pp. 1235-1244.|
|Appare nella tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|