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The English version of our final IQP presentation, Un'Economia Sommersa.

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  • Deciding whether I should take all of Fabio’s Hotel Proliferation Slides
  • Say this: Past Interactive Qualifying Projects have investigated various sections of the retail sector and created their own maps and databases.
  • Red is touristsGreen is ResidentYellow is Mixed
  • Since 2006 and 2007 just had the city database we may want to consider deleting this slide….

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  • Un’Economia Sommersa
    Documenting the evolution of the formal Venetian economy.
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Advisors: Fabio Carrera
    Daniel Gibson
    Authors: Chelsey Anderson
    Rhiannon Chiacchiaro
    Shanna Infantino
    Yoshitaka Shiotsu
  • Venice: Economic Case Study
    • Geographically Unique
    • Massive Influx of tourists
    • Tourist Stores Open, Local Stores Close
    • Residents Leave the City
  • Massive Influx of Tourists
  • Proliferation of Hotels
  • Loss of Basic Necessity Stores
    Some specialized store types disappear…
    Local stores close…
    Become run down…
  • Decline in Residents
    Centro Storico Peak Population
  • How do we know the following relationship exists?
    Collect the necessary data
    Analyze and look for trends
    Compile data for potential applications
    Venezia
  • Sample of Change in Typology of Stores
    Migropolis:
    • Studied the change in typologies of stores in one area in Castello
    • Gathered information about types of stores from its original use and in 2007
    Our Study:
    • Documented the typology of the same stores in this area in 2009
  • Original Use
  • 2007
  • 2009
  • Change in typology in this sample:
    Food Service
    Basic Necessity
    Tourist Shops
    Service
    Closed
  • Stores That Change Type Between Original Use and 2009
    • 40 out 43 stores, 93 % of the stores change type
  • Work done so far
    Investigation of the Retail Sector
    2004
    2005
  • 2004 Tourist Versus Resident Stores
  • 2004 Tourist Shops
    Stores catering to tourists
    Focusing on:
    Souvenir Shops
    Exchange Offices
    Hotels
    Information Offices
  • 2004 Residential Shops
    Stores catering to residents
    Focusing on:
    Butcher
    Bakery
    Produce Stands
    Fish
    Deli
    Shoe Repair
    Stationary
    Home Goods
    Hardware Store
    Dry Cleaners
    Hair Dressers
  • 2004 Mixed Shops
    Stores catering to both residents and tourists
    Focusing on:
    Restaurants
    Bars
    Tabacchi
    Banks
    Clothing Stores
    Art/Antique
    Shops
  • 2004 Evolution
    Store histories were created with the help of residents’ memories
    Inaccurate Verbal Reconstructions
  • 2005 Area of Study
  • 2005 All Stores in Cannaregio
  • Store Allocation 1970 vs. 2005
    1970
  • Store Allocation 1970 vs. 2005
    2005
  • Comparison 1970 vs 2005
    1970
    2005
  • 2005 Categorization
    Some categories are too broad
    Stores in this category do not fit into any other
    Need to Standardize Categories
  • Other Studies on the Retail Sector
    Migropolis
    Students of Universita IUAV diVenezia
    Database 1927-2006
    Categories are too broad
    • Store Types
    • Chain Stores
    • Hotels
  • Missing Data
    2004
    2005
    2006
    2007
    2008
    Insufficient
    Coverage
    2009
    Insufficient Data
  • 2009 Documenting Venice's current formal economy
    Cannaregio
    San Marco
    Retail Stores
    Restaurants
    Hotels
  • Systematic Survey of the Formal Economy 2009
  • Field Work
    Hotel
    Restaurant
    Store
  • Address
  • Pictures
  • Status
    O = Open
    C = Closed
    T = Temporary Closed
    (return later)
  • Name
  • Employees
    Number of VISIBLE employees
  • Retail
    Depth
  • Retail
    Merchandise
    db
  • Retail
    Lowest Merchandise Type
    nd
  • Retail
    Lowest
    Merchandise Height
    db
  • Restaurants
    Number of Seats Inside
  • Restaurants
    Number of Seats Outside
    6
  • Hotels
    Check hotel box if location is a hotel
  • Our Database
    2009
  • Compiling Databases
    2009
    2004
    2005
    Compiled Database
  • Standardizing Databases
    Economic Sector
    2005
    Categories
    Store Types
  • Economic Sectors
  • Standardized Categories
    Formal Economy
    Hotel
    Retail
    Restaurant
    Tourist
    Luxury
    Food Service
    Health/
    Beauty Care
    Paper
    Service
    Basic Necessity
    Clothing/
    Accessories
    Art/
    Antiques
  • Store Version of Threatened Voices Map Goes Here
  • Store Version of Threatened Voices Map Goes Here
  • Store Version of Threatened Voices Map Goes Here
  • Cannaregio 2005 vs. Today
  • Cannaregio 2005 vs. Today
  • Cannaregio 2005 vs. Today
    Statistiche2005
    Statistiche2009
  • San Marco 2004 vs. Today
  • San Marco 2004 vs. Today
  • San Marco and Cannaregio Comparison
    • 1076 Businesses
    • More Basic Tourist Shops
    • More Hotels
    • 624 Businesses
    • More Basic Necessity Stores
  • Impact of floods and informal activity on the economy
    Informal Activities
    Flooding
  • Loss of Business
    Loss of Customers
    Lost Productivity & Profits
    Possible Loss of Products
    Impact of floods on the economy
    - €
  • The Effect of Flooding on the Retail Stores and Restaurants
    Total Stores: 517 858
  • Estimate Impact of the Informal on the Formal Economy



  • Tracking informal vendors
  • Bag Seller
    Look Out
  • Map of the Informal Economy
  • Ending slide ending on a HAPPY note see italian version….
  • Thank you!Grazie!
  • Acknowledgments
    Professor Fabio Carrera
    Professor Daniel Gibson
    The Staff of the Venice Project Center/Forma Urbis
    • Alberto Gallo
    • Andrea Tassinari
    • Andrea Mancuso
    Venice 4.0
    Team Mobility
    Past IQP groups who worked on the retail sector
    The city of Venice