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      Albania’s challenge for access and competitiveness in EU Market: When good will requires more than legal regulation. An inside of Albania’s efforts to increase the presence of its domestic product in EU markets.

      Academicus : International Scientific Journal

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      Albanian Goods, EU Market, Export, Import, Competition

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          Through the presentation of two case studies this paper aims to engage the theoretical debate on the persistence of public space in the contemporary city, and focuses the attention on the way people practice these spaces and on the policies which are regulating their uses. Starting from the description of different ways in which some urban spaces in Rome (Italy) are used by two different communities of people, one mainly composed by immigrants and the other by young city users, and the diverse ways in which their different practices are seen and tolerated, the aim of this paper is to reflect on public spaces. Observing how city users practice public spaces, and analysing the way in which these practices are considered, are particularly exciting perspectives that can offer an interesting vision of the spatial and social reality of the city and of hegemonic relations which govern it.

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          Academicus : International Scientific Journal
          Academicus Journal
          01 June 2012
          : MMXII
          : 6
          : 113-125
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          0748c084f7f247cda7f9182f0641f851
          10.7336/academicus.2012.06.11

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          Economics as a science
          HB71-74

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