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Il decentramento in Italia: il percorso del regionalismo italiano fra crisi economica e crisi della Costituzione

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  • Alberto Bagnai


    (Department of Economics, Gabriele d'Annunzio University)

Il regionalismo italiano ha seguito un percorso molto accidentato e, come in altri paesi dell’Unione Europea, strettamente connesso da una parte alle vicissitudini della politica nazionale, e dall’altra agli sviluppi dell’assetto europeo. Questo articolo si propone di fare una rassegna ragionata del dibattito attuale, cercando di porlo nella sua prospettiva storica e politica, e di mettere in evidenza le specificità del regionalismo italiano, e i loro legami con le alterne vicende del processo di decentramento. Al contempo, cercheremo di interrogarci sul fondamento degli argomenti di ordine economico utilizzati per giustificare questo processo.

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Paper provided by Italian Association for the Study of Economic Asymmetries, Rome (Italy) in its series a/ Working Papers Series with number 1605.

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2016
Handle: RePEc:ais:wpaper:1605
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