La spesa delle Amministrazioni pubbliche per le attività culturali nella prima metà del decennio in corso
AbstractLa spesa delle Amministrazioni pubbliche per le attività culturali nella prima metà del decennio in corso (by Aurelio Bruzzo) - ABSTRACT: Aim of this paper is to report and explain the most recent data about the spending of Italian public Administration (Central Government, Regional Government and Local Government) in the first five years of 2000s. An as much as possible homogeneous set of historical data has been elaborated in order to catch the last trends, depending on type and quantity of available documentation from the actual main data source (ISTAT). The present work is based on the same methodologies of the previous one but it can be considered as updating of the actual knowledge on matter. In fact the analysis is aimed to define the breakdown and the trend of the spending of public Administration, which have the major expertise on this important matter.
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Volume (Year): 2007/21 (2007)
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