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The opportunity of using a territorial systemic approach emerges by focusing on places in order to develop a process of local economic development. In fact, territorial models of industrial origins have been recently extended to the tourist industry. The theoretical bases for the study of (manufacturing) local systems started at the end of the 19th century, when Marshall described the existence of some concentrations of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) specialized in a specific production activity in certain districts of some English industrial cities (Marshall, 1920).
21 The study of districtualization processes is a dynamic district analysis focused not on the district as such, but on the forms of districtualization, by means of a process analysis. Starting from suggestions made for the agrarian district (Becattini, 2004, p. 197), Lazzeretti (2003, p. 641) proceed with an analysis of the cultural district with the support of an ex-post study carried out in a mature, complete and, strictly speaking, Marshallian district. The author (2001) tries to find various degrees of cultural districtualization in different cultural local systems that are more or less well developed compared to the mature, achieved form of the ‘Marshallian cultural district’.