Muggianu, Alessandra (2019) Partenariato pubblico-privato e patrimonio culturale. Doctoral Thesis.
The role of private citizens in fostering the development of culture has been encouraged by the most recent legislative reforms with the introduction of tax credits for those who make donations, known under the name of Art bonus, and by streamlining the sponsorship procedure. However, such grant cannot remain confined to a mere financial support; only by allowing the enterprises and local communities to actively participate in the management and enhancement of cultural heritage, will it be possible to bridge organisational and functional deficiencies of the administrative machinery, with the effect of ensuring an adequate response to the needs of the society, as concerns a satisfactory fruition of cultural heritage. Greater accessibility and availability of such assets constitutes, therefore, in the light of the evolutionary interpretation of Art. 9 Italian Constitution, a means of growth and development of each individual's personality. Also supranational sources encourage the participation of the local communities in the design and implementation of the cultural policies, also as regards the intangible heritage. With respect to the latter, emphasis is placed on the fact that Italian legislation is incomplete, which inevitably affects the effective use of the instruments of public-private partnership, whose object is intangible heritage. The implementation laws of international conventions - excessively general - do not at present provide certainties in terms of application.
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