Il ruolo del parlamento nella decisione di bilancio
In the last decades, though in absence of formal reforms, some events have changed the role of the Italian Parliament in the budget decision, introducing the executive supremacy in the budget decision. The new balance of power between executive and legislative suggests to reshape the parliamentary control on public budget, shifting the perspective to oversight and control on results and abandoning the traditional legalistic view of ex ante and on the margin control. This process demands a strong political commitment, but also the availability of reliable information and well trained staff to provide technical support to political decision-makers.
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Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (January-March)
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