Tedde, Pierangela (2015) Il Controllo della “performance” pubblica e dell’attività di gestione dei siti Patrimonio mondiale dell’umanità. Doctoral Thesis.
This work analyzes the Italian public administration reform issued in 2009 (also named “Brunetta reform”), consisting in the d.lgs. 150/2009. The decree aims at improving the performance of public entities without increasing costs, and provides an incentive system if results are achieved. An organic design is established to introduce into the Public Administration the instruments to increase efficiency and productivity, and to take into account most of the problems of the correct evaluation of performance and the implications of a real pursuit of efficiency. The new performance framework defined by the reform aims at favouring a managerial approach within the public administrations. The study focuses on the measures introduced by the “Brunetta Reform” applied to the cultural sector, in particular to the cultural and natural properties of Outstanding Universal Value, which are to be protected under the World Heritage Convention. In this framework, the Law 77 of 20th February 2006 in Italy has introduced the Management's Plan, as a mandatory instrument which aims to “rant the identification, protection, preservation, development and transfer of the heritage to the following generations”. The UNESCO's management plan is an important institute of protection and valorization of cultural heritage regulated in the “Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention”. Nowadays, in Italy it is not foreseen a detailed regulation, so the purpose of this paper is to investigate two different aspects: the nature and the effects of the instructions of the plan and its position in the legal framework defined by the “Brunetta reform”.
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