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Biblioteca Decision aiding in public policy generation and implementation: a multicriteria approach to evaluate territorial resilience

Decision aiding in public policy generation and implementation: a multicriteria approach to evaluate territorial resilience

Decision aiding in public policy generation and implementation: a multicriteria approach to evaluate territorial resilience

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Date of publication
Dezembro 2016
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ISBN / Resource ID
DOAJ:754128aef52d4875b48fc3801b604e06
Pages
19

A decision aid process should be the result of an interaction between analysts, decision makers and stakeholders. Decision aiding is sometimes required when the problem situation is new and a formal decision system does not exist. Its role becomes that of facilitating the Intelligence phase of a decision process. In other situations, a criticism of certain policy making processes and their use of data, which may be available in institutional databases or are required as indicators for the decision process, motivates an intervention oriented towards structure knowledge and improvements of these processes. A preliminary study, which includes modelling and application of multi-criteria methods, can clarify a complex and new situation, propose a consistent approach for the later phases of a decision process or propose a different and more effective use of the data. A case study is proposed here to describe this methodological approach in relation to the disaster resilience of municipalities near the mbrone River, in Tuscany (Italy).

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Maria Franca Norese
Antonino Scarelli

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