Understanding Decentralisation: Deconcentration and Devolution Processes in the French and Italian Cultural Sectors

@article{Santagati2020UnderstandingDD,
  title={Understanding Decentralisation: Deconcentration and Devolution Processes in the French and Italian Cultural Sectors},
  author={Maria Elena Santagati and Sara Bonini Baraldi and Luca Zan},
  journal={Nonprofit Organizations eJournal},
  year={2020}
}
Purpose: Decentralization is a widespread and international phenomenon in public administration. Despite the interest of public management scholars, an in-depth analysis of the interrelationship between two of its forms − deconcentration and devolution – and their impact on policy and management capacities at the local level is seldom investigated.<br><br>Design/Methodology/Approach: This article addresses this gap by examining the implementation of deconcentration and devolution processes in… 
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