Municipal corporatization in Germany and Italy

@article{Grossi2008MunicipalCI,
  title={Municipal corporatization in Germany and Italy},
  author={G. Grossi and C. Reichard},
  journal={Public Management Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={597 - 617}
}
  • G. Grossi, C. Reichard
  • Published 2008
  • Economics
  • Public Management Review
  • Abstract During the last few years, the local government sector in European countries has undergone a number of important changes. Among the various reform initiatives has been the externalization of public services, such as corporatization, contracting-out, public–private partnerships and privatization. The key goal of this article is to describe and explain the evolution of local public services provision in the two selected countries, with a particular focus on ‘corporatization’. The article… CONTINUE READING
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