Remapping the State: Inter-Municipal Cooperation through Corporatisation and Public-Private Governance Structures

@article{Citroni2013RemappingTS,
  title={Remapping the State: Inter-Municipal Cooperation through Corporatisation and Public-Private Governance Structures},
  author={G. Citroni and A. Lippi and S. Profeti},
  journal={Local Government Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={39},
  pages={208 - 234}
}
  • G. Citroni, A. Lippi, S. Profeti
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • Local Government Studies
  • Abstract The institutional setting of regional and local government in Italy appears to be characterised by an ongoing process of reform and adjustment ever since Regions were created in 1970. More recently, provinces and Municipalities gained wide autonomy in 1990, and the constitution itself was revised in 2001 to set up what is sometimes referred to as a ‘quasi-federal’ system of intergovernmental relations. In this context, inter-municipal cooperation also has witnessed several phases and… CONTINUE READING

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