Coping Value Destruction in Welfare and no Profit Sector in Developing Countries. A research note from Pakistan NGOs

Author/s Paolo Esposito, Muhammad Usman Malik
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/2 Language English
Pages 15 P. 73-87 File size 285 KB
DOI 10.3280/WE2022-002006
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L’articolo mostra il ruolo che le NGO hanno nella ricostruzione di valore pubblico per i cittadini in contesti in cui si è verificata la distruzione di valore nei servizi pubblici. La codistruzione di valore è la diminuzione del valore dovuta all'interazione tra i differenti agenti. Lo studio parte dall’identificazione delle diverse cause della co-distruzione e mostra come l’operato delle ONG permetta di ricostruire il valore pubblico deteriorato, in Pakistan. Il lavoro analizza due settori di attività: contrasto alla povertà e salute. Il contributo alla ricerca è duplice: non solo contribuisce a identificare le cause di codistruzione del valore in paesi in via di sviluppo, ma anche evidenzia che la value co-destruction può essere superata se le ONG sono in grado di fornire servizi sostitutivi ai cittadini.

Keywords: Public Value; Value Destruction; No Profit Sector; NGO’s; Welfare; Developing Countries.

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Paolo Esposito, Muhammad Usman Malik, Coping Value Destruction in Welfare and no Profit Sector in Developing Countries. A research note from Pakistan NGOs in "WELFARE E ERGONOMIA" 2/2022, pp 73-87, DOI: 10.3280/WE2022-002006